Sustainable Santa Fe
sustainable santa fe commission
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 in 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 sustainability, to achieve the city's goal of being carbon neutral by 2040.
The 2018 Sustainable Santa Fe 25-Year Plan draft has been presented to City Council and the Governing Body is evaluating whether to adopt the Plan by resolution in November 2018. You can read the draft plan by scrolling to the link below.
Meeting Dates: Fourth Tuesday of each Month
Time & Location: 3:30pm, Councilors’ Conference Room, First Floor, City Hall (200 Lincoln Ave.)
Beth Beloff, Beloff & Associates (term exp. May 2018)
Tejinder Ciano, Reunity Resources (term exp. May 2019)
Robb Hirsch, EDL Consulting (term exp. May 2019)
Kathy Holian, Former Santa Fe County Commissioner (term exp. May 2018)
Kimberly Griego-Kiel, Horizons Sustainable Financial Services (term exp. May 2018)
Dan Pava, Los Alamos National Labs (term exp. May 2018)
Robert Mang, Impact Network Santa Fe & Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce (term exp. May 2019)
Luke Spangenburg, Santa Fe Community College (term exp. May 2019)
Mary Schruben, Municipal Tree Board (term exp. May 2019)
Staff contact: Shirlene Sitton, [bot protected email address], 505-955-2209.
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