…to remove a conflict with the Belmont Community Path Project Committee Public Meeting. More info below…
Show Your Support for the Community Path
Thursday November 4th at 7 pm the design consultant will present the submitted 25% design of Phase 1 of the Belmont Community Path which will encourage safe community biking, walking, exercise and a low carbon no pollution way to get from A to B in the town of Belmont. Click here for information on how to join the Community Path Project Zoom
Progress on International Targets Towards Net Zero in 2050?
The UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) is happening right now and from October 31 to November 12 in Glasgow, UK. You can view coverage between 2 and 5 pm everyday on InfoTV in Belmont on Ch. 96 on Comcast & Ch. 30 on Verizon or online here.
Learn about the new Miyawaki Forest in Cambridge
November 9th @ 7:30 pm you can learn about the first urban pocket forest of its kind in the Northeastern USA. This innovative method of reforestation features a biodiverse array of native trees and shrubs planted densely to encourage the natural symbiotic processes within a forest. It also supports soil regeneration, climate resilience, and biodiversity, and presents an opportunity for community stewardship and education on native ecology. Maya Dutta and Paula Phipps will share their experience implementing this project. Find out more on their website. To attend this Zoom meeting contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday Nov 11th @ 7 pm, Sustainable Belmont will have an Open Mic We will cover a wide range of topics and updates including COP26, an overhaul of Sustainable Belmont’s Website, an emerging leaf blowers/healthy lawns initiative, a litter update from Clean Green Belmont, BHS Zero Net Energy, the Chenery Solar project, a Miyawaki Forest idea like this one in Cambridge and more…Click here to join the Sustainable Belmont monthly Zoom meeting November 11th at 7 pm.