6th Annual EAC Summit

  • Wednesday, October 14, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • GoToWebinar

The 6th Annual EAC Summit is an informal EAC information sharing and networking event. Three short presentations on climate action updates and useful tools will give EACs and municipalities a hand up to get their own programs into high gear.  For networking, a representative from each EAC selects their most pressing issue for discussion and shares questions and approaches.  While we cannot share a meal or be in the same room, our virtual event still provides an accessible opportunity to learn about what EAC's in the area are doing by sharing their knowledge and exploring opportunities to collaborate and make each EAC more effective in its mission.  We encourage local EACs to attend this micro-regional gathering – Hosted by Haverford Township EAC - although all in the Delaware Valley are welcome to attend.  See agenda below.  


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with link and information for joining the event.

Agenda

6:00    Brief Introduction and review of attendees and virtual Q&A

6:10    Hot Topic Briefs (10-15 minutes each)

Mont. Co. Consortium of Communities – Climate Action Update

  • Brandon J. Ford, Asst. to the Twp. Mgr., Springfield Twp., Mont. Co.
  • Sean Halbom, Asst. Twp. Mgr., Whitemarsh Twp.
  • Jon Lesher, Principal Environmental Planner, Mont. Co. Planning Commission

Pennsylvania Climate Action: Leading by Example

  • Heidi J. Kunka, Energy Program Specialist, PADEP

Ready for 100 Southeastern PA Climate Initiatives and Local Support

  • Steven Clark, Ready for 100 DelCo, Haverford EAC

 

7:00    EACs Information Sharing / Plans / Needs / Constraints:

Ø   Introductions – Name, EAC and Background

Ø   EAC agenda items not already mentioned

Ø   Highest priority items for next year/longer

Ø   Achievements, resources and links to share

Ø   Greatest challenges, what can we use help with

  Some brief rules of engagement:

Ø   While everyone can attend, we ask that each EAC have a spokesperson represent them for their input.

Ø   Communicate who will speak for your organization by emailing in advance or use the chat box during the event.

Ø   Use the questions window to ask questions and the moderator will ask them at the appropriate time.

Ø   We can un-mute the questioner if it is necessary to have a dialogue.

 

8:15    Wrap-Up / Action Items / Future Meetings

 



Darby Creek Valley Association P.O. Box 732 Drexel Hill, PA 19026   |   Phone: 484.222.2502
Jaclyn Rhoads, President – president@dcva.org
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