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The Sustainable Santa Fe Commission (SSFC) is a volunteer citizen advisory commission charged with advising Santa Fe's Governing Body on sustainability-related programs, projects and policies. Resolution 2015-57 charges the SSFC with supporting the City's Renewable Energy Planner with the development of a 25-year Sustainability Plan for Santa Fe that addresses renewable energy, energy efficiency, land use, water use, carbon emission reduction efforts, and other areas of sustianability, to achieve the city's goal of being carbon neutral by 2040.


Regular monthly meetings occur every third Wednesday of each month at 4:00pm in the Councilors' Conference Room located in City Hall, first floor.

next meeting:

Wednesday, March 15, 2016 4:00PM
Location: Councilors' Conference Room, City Hall (200 Lincoln Avenue)

Sustainable Santa Fe Commission Meeting Packet & Previous Meeting Minutes:





Beth Beloff, Beloff & Associates
Tejinder Ciano, Reunity Resources
Amanda Hatherly, Santa Fe Community College
Robb Hirsch, EDL Consulting
Kathy Holian, Former Santa Fe County Commissioner
Kimberly Griego-Kiel, Horizons Sustainable Financial Services
Glenn Schiffbauer, Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce
Linda Smith, 9Kft Strategies in Energy, LLC
David Van Winkle, Energy Consultant

Staff contact: John Alejandro, [bot protected email address], 505-955-6236.

reminder: 10-cent Bag fee Ordinance In Effect


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