The recognition of a changing climate and the commitment to transition to a Net Zero future have finally arrived. Your friends and neighbors at Transition Town Port Washington are committed to reaching the Net Zero carbon emissions goal by 2040. We all need to be part of this journey, but where should we start? Communities United to Reduce Emissions 100% (CURE100) have recognized the need for a tool to measure households’ carbon footprint and thereby identify the most effective ways for individuals to quantitatively understand and reduce their carbon footprint. And here is the best part, by reducing your carbon footprint you not only bring us all a step closer to the Net Zero goal, you also save money and improve your health in the process.
Join this webinar and Q&A to hear CURE100’s own Chandu Visweswariah explain the motivation behind the creation of the carbon tracker app and talk us through step-by-step how to complete the app to measure your households’ carbon footprint. This program is co-sponsored by Transition Town Port Washington, CURE100's newest chapter on Long Island's North Shore, and hosted by the Port Washington Public Library.