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Ann Arbor to hold town hall on carbon neutrality Nov. 13

Can Ann Arbor become carbon-neutral?

A section of the Huron River Water Trail.
A section of the Huron River Water Trail. (Credit: Destination Ann Arbor)

ANN ARBOR – The city of Ann Arbor, in collaboration with nearly 40 partner organizations, is inviting residents to help answer the question: what can the entire community do to bring greenhouse gas emissions to zero?

The Carbon Neutrality Town Hall will take place at Cobblestone Farm on Nov. 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

According to a city of Ann Arbor release:

“Community members will have a chance to share their ideas, concerns and hopes for what a just transition to a clean and carbon-neutral Ann Arbor could look like. If you live, work or recreate in Ann Arbor, this town hall is for you.”

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Space for the event is limited. Interested in attending? Register here.

Kids activities and refreshments will be provided. Bus tokens for those attending the event are available as well.

Partner organizations include Neutral Zone, Ecology Center, University of Michigan, Sierra Club Huron Valley Group, United Way of Washtenaw County and more. For a full list, see the event’s website.

Cobblestone Farm is at 2781 Packard Street.

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