The Orange County Climate Council announced a community update event and debated a proposal to endorse the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act at its meeting on Thursday.
The event will occur virtually Oct. 22 from 7-8:30 p.m. and will feature discussions from each of the three committees within the council. Discussions will aim to answer questions from the public, as well as showcase what actions have been taken this year to promote environmental sustainability in Orange County.
Those interested in attending must register ahead of time. There is no deadline to register for the event, but the registration process allows people to ask questions to the council.
The council plans to offer a live Q&A session during the event where the submitted questions will be answered.
At the meeting, Citizen's Climate Lobby members Norma Safransky and Sharon Bagatell asked the climate council to consider endorsing the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.