laurie laurie, July 30, 2019

Climate Town Hall on Consumption, Thursday, July 25, 2019

Yes, we need large-scale system changes. But how we travel, heat & furnish our homes, along with what we eat & buy are a huge part of the puzzle and are within our control. The Eugene Carbon Free Challenge is a fun & easy online platform that takes citizens through a process to identify our baseline energy profile, and then on to explore and commit to actions that save energy, water & money. These personal carbon savings roll up to your team/group and combine for our community savings! We’re partnering with the City of Eugene, with help from EWEB, to fund and run the program right here, right now.  The Carbon Free Challenge was introduced at the recent Climate Town Hall focused on consumption (photos here; Credits – Robert Scherle)

Be part of a rapidly expanding,  community-based initiative and help us reach our goal of 250 household signed up by December 2019.

Sign up here today!

https://werenew.net/westernor/eugene

 

Contact Linda Perrine, Project Manager for Eugene’s Carbon Free Challenge, for questions: [email protected]

And stay tuned for the upcoming Carbon Free Challenge tech support session on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 pm at Unitarian Universalist Church In Eugene, 1685 W 13th Ave, Eugene, OR

Linda Perrine, Carbon Free Challenge Project Manager