Presentation: Climate Change, The Top 10 things you Should Know in San Francisco

A Partnership with San Francisco's Department of Environment
星期六, 4/17/2021
10:00 - 11:00

Online Services
San Francisco, CA 94102

Cyndy Comerford, Climate Program Manager at the San Francisco Department of the Environment will provide a presentation on how climate change will affect our local communities, especially the most vulnerable, and the solutions available to address these near and long-term impacts. This presentation will explore the top five impacts climate change will have on San Francisco, as well as the top five solutions to reduce these impacts. Cyndy will also provide an update on the City of San Francisco's Climate Action Plan and detail ways residents can get involved. For more information about the Climate Action Plan, visit:

Cyndy Comerford is advancing ambitious and equitable policies to confront the climate crisis and address racial equity. Previously, Cyndy served as the Deputy Director for Climate Programs for the City of San Jose, CA. Cyndy also worked for over a decade in public health, advocating for policies and programs designed to ensure that all San Franciscans had the opportunity to live longer and healthier lives. She is passionate about climate change, health, and equity and working across sectors to build resilient and just communities.

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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