Date(s) - June 13, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The City of Orlando has ambitious goals: municipal operations will be greenhouse gas neutral by 2030, solid waste will no longer be sent to landfills by 2040, and the entire city will be greenhouse gas neutral by 2050. Dr. Brittany Sellers will explain how the City of Orlando is reducing its carbon footprint and how smaller counties can do the same.
Dr. Brittany Sellers is the Assistant Director of Sustainability and Resilience in the City of Orlando’s Green Works Office, where she is advancing and supporting policies and programs designed to meet the City’s ambitious sustainability and climate goals, as well as creating the City’s first resilience plan. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Flagler College and earned her master’s and PhD in human factors psychology from the University of Central Florida, where her research focused on influencing sustainable behaviors through a combined approach of motivation and design.
The discussion will be followed by questions from the public.
Please join us by phone or through the internet using Zoom. To preregister, click on this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqceCuqDIsHdf0p6wgECXpot4LvpOWMu2E
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