UF CAP 2.0 Listen & Learn

Provide Feedback on the Draft UF Climate Action Plan

Since the launch of the process to revise & update the UF Climate Action Plan in early 2021, the six CAP Working Groups (made up of staff, faculty, and students from across campus) have been working with the Office of Sustainability to focus on several core areas: Energy, Transportation, Built Environment, Offsets & Finance, Academics and Resilience. As this work continues, we are looking for engagement and feedback from the UF community.

Join us on Zoom on Monday, Nov. 8th, 5:30-7 pm for the UF CAP 2.0 Listen & Learn event to learn more about the progress of the ongoing CAP 2.0 process. The event will consist of a brief introduction from the UF Office of Sustainability including updates and background information, an overview of the draft goals & strategies being discussed in the working groups, and breakout sessions to give attendees opportunities to share thoughts or concerns.

All members of the University of Florida community are encouraged to attend this free virtual event on November 8th, 2021 5:30-7:00 pm.

Attendees must register in advance. Registration at the link below!

Register Here!

Learn more about the UF CAP 2.0 Process:

Interested in diving into climate action planning efforts at UF and how the UF CAP 2.0 process fits into campus history and goals? Check out some of these pages below and join us next week at the Listen & Learn event!

What Is a Climate Action Plan?
Typically a Climate Action Plan is a strategic plan for reducing & mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
For UF, CAP 2.0 is bringing together multiple groups made up of staff, faculty, students & more to develop a "living" campus-wide strategic framework.
UF CAP 2.0 Campus Initiatives
What is a Climate Action Plan?
Typically a CAP Is
For UF CAP 2.0 Is
UF CAP 2.0 Slide
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Published: October 20th, 2021

Category: News, Past Events