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Climate Protection Action Committee

 

Function:

The Climate Protection Action Committee (CPAC) is a volunteer group established for the purpose of identifying measures that can be taken to reduce greenhouse gases. CPAC was initiated to impact climate change, but now also serves as the City's unofficial environmental clearing house, focusing on air quality, energy conservation, water conservation and recycling/waste reduction.

The committee's initial focus was internal to City government and is now also focusing on community outreach and education programs to encourage others to take action to live greener.

 

By-Laws:

Click here to read the by-laws.

 

Composition:

There are nine (9) council appointments. The Mayor and City Council each

appoint one (1) member. City Staff will appoint one (1) member.

Term of office is three (3) years with one (1) reappointment.

All applicants must reside in the corporate limits of the city.

 

Meetings:

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month.

 

 

Committee Members:

Name

Term Ends

Susan Lambert2

December 2019

Christopher Goodman1 

 May 2019

Vacant

 

Hernan A Villalba1 

 March 2019 

John Epting1

 January 2019

Annette Boette1

August 2019

Louis Dessau1

September 2018

Vacant

 
 

(#) Denotes number of term 

 

 Contact Info:

Ms. Mary Pat Baldauf

Sustainability Facilitator

 City of Columbia
2910 Colonial Drive

Columbia, SC 29203
Phone: (803) 545-2722

 [email protected]

 
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