CABQ Climate Change Task Force

CABQ Climate Change Task Force

CABQ Climate Change Task Force

Dates: October 2020-March 2021

Times: Click on the meeting tab to learn more

Overview

The City of Albuquerque Environmental Health Department is updating and supporting the implementation of a revised Albuquerque Climate Action Plan which defines actions to halt Albuquerque’s contributions to climate change. The Plan will address what the community will do to prepare for our changing climate. New Mexico First will support the City of Albuquerque by convening and facilitating a task force, the CAP Task Force will meet from October 2020 to March 2021. The task force and community members will share their voices to shape the next stage of Albuquerque’s climate change vision and spur citywide improvements. Please click on the Meetings tab to learn more about meetings.  The Library tab contains meeting materials and reports.

Throughout the process, residents that are most impacted by climate change will lead the conversations about current challenges and future solutions. This approach will help ensure that front line communities – those that have been harmed by environmental injustice and who are likely to be hurt first and worst by the impacts of climate change – will benefit first and foremost from climate action.

Meetings

CAP Task Force Website

  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Member Roster CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Member Roster
      23-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Member Comments CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Member Comments
      27-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Public Comments CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Public Comments
      27-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Survey Report CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Survey Report
      27-Oct-2020
  • Meeting Agendas

  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.27.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.27.20
      23-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.20.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.20.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.14.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Agenda - 10.14.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • Meeting Notes

  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Notes - 10.20.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Notes - 10.20.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Notes - 10.14.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Meeting Notes - 10.14.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • Meeting Presentations

  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Colin Messer Presentation - 10.27.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Colin Messer Presentation - 10.27.20
      27-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Terra Reed Presentation - 10.27.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Terra Reed Presentation - 10.27.20
      27-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Jill Holbert Presentation - 10.20.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Jill Holbert Presentation - 10.20.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Sarah Pierpont Presentation - 10.20.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Sarah Pierpont Presentation - 10.20.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Kelsey Rader Presentation - 10.14.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Kelsey Rader Presentation - 10.14.20
      22-Oct-2020
  • CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Lilly Irvin-Vitela Presentation - 10.14.20 CABQ Climate Action Task Force - Lilly Irvin-Vitela Presentation - 10.14.20
      22-Oct-2020

  • Meeting Agreements

    • Respect Shared Learning and Teaching-Each taskforce member and guest brings considerable knowledge and experience to teach and learn from one another. Please hold space for diverse points of view.
    • Respect Time-During discussions and Q & A, we want to give as many taskforce members the ability to participate. Please consider the time, or the moderator will assist in sharing the time.
    • Respect Each Voice-Everyone on the task force is committed to climate action and brings diverse perspectives on achieving goals. There is strength in the depth and breadth of knowledge across the taskforce. Listen well and limit multi-tasking during the meetings including having side conversations using the zoom chat function.
    • Respect Consensus-For the task force's duration, we will be working toward consensus and honoring dissent. The consultants and the City will limit comments to the media about the task force's work until after the task force has completed a draft document for public comment. Members should do the same. By allowing the focus to be on process, time is afforded this group to explore and achieve common ground as the plan's substance comes together over time.
    • Respect Engagement and Transparency-NMF will share notes from each meeting with participants and the City.NMF and the City are committed to creating time for public comment toward the end of issue meetings. Time will be limited to accommodate as many voices as possible within time limits. If comments are unrelated to climate action, the time will be passed to the next person in the zoom public gallery section. People may also provide comments through a taskforce e-mail that is monitored and documented by NMF staff. CABQClimateComments@nmfirst.org Comments related to the task force will be logged and shared with taskforce members weekly. Please share opportunities for listening, learning, and commenting with non-taskforce members through your networks and social media.

    Public Comments

    The City of Albuquerque and New Mexico First are committed to public engagement and transparency.  Meeting notes will be taken during task force meetings.  The public is invited to provide comments at the end of each meeting.  Public comments may also be emailed to CABQClimateComments@nmfirst.org.

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