Library Encourages Residents to Get Involved and Learn about Climate Change with Grant-Funded Community Events
Well, that’s a wrap! The Library just held our last event as part of the Book to Action project. Our goals were to encourage the community to make more sustainable choices in their daily lives and to provide opportunities for our residents to connect with local organizations. By participating in hands-on craft and repair workshops, our community members learned how to upcycle common household materials to create decorative map coasters, repair common household appliances, and interact with people involved in the Bay Area “fix-it” network. Residents also learned about the upcoming changes to the SSF Bicycle Pedestrian Master plan and how they can provide feedback to the designers. Finally, at our author talk led by climate scientist and author, Dr. David Goodrich, we learned how climate change is impacting our daily lives and that biking and walking can make a difference.
- Provide feedback on the SSF Bicycle Pedestrian Mater Plan
- SSF Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Learn more about the San Mateo County Office of Sustainability
- Learn more about the Bay Area Fixit Clinic