Help Form Regina’s Plan for a Low-Carbon Future Participate in our Community Forum and Survey this October
This month, the City of Regina is hosting two key opportunities for community members to learn more and provide feedback on Regina’s plan to become a renewable city by 2050.
Residents are invited to register online to attend the Renewable Regina Virtual Community Forum to learn more about the big moves to make Regina renewable. The forum will take place on Tuesday, October 19 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. via Teams Webinar. It will also be recorded for later viewing on Be Heard Regina.
“The City of Regina is committed to becoming a renewable city by 2050 and ensuring a sustainable future for Regina residents,” says Mayor Sandra Masters. “Each of us plays a part in achieving this goal. I encourage everyone to participate in these important discussions and to stay informed about the role you can play in supporting and adopting renewable actions moving forward.”
An online community survey will also launch immediately after the forum to help inform Regina’s community-wide low carbon action plan. The survey will be available on Be Heard Regina and will run until November 1.
Feedback from both activities contribute to the final development of Regina’s Energy & Sustainability Framework. The Framework will outline the actions for Regina to take over the next 29 years to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and switch to renewable energy sources by 2050.
Visit Regina.ca/renewable to learn more about the 2050 goal and participate.