Whether you want to save the earth or some money, energy efficiency makes good “cents.” At the Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 Green Bag Lunch-n-Learn, City of Colorado Springs Energy Efficiency Services AdministratorCathy Crawley and Colorado Springs Utilities Sr. Conservation Specialist Doug Bursnall will gather local expertise to share unbiased, hands-on tips to help you get your home ready for winter.
The lunch-n-learn runs over the noon lunch hour, from 12:11 to 12:49 p.m., at the City Administration Building, 30 S. Nevada, in Suite 102. Attendees are encouraged to bring and enjoy their lunches during the presentation. Those who come also have the opportunity to win a door prize tote bag made from reused City banners.
Each month, the City Office of Innovation and Sustainability sponsors a lunch-n-learn topic on an environmental issue. This month’s topic supports the Pikes Peak Library District’s selection of Margret Atwood’s Year of the Flood as the All Pikes Peak Reads book selection. Conserving natural resources and fossil fuels helps to preserve our natural environment and resources for future generations.
Questions? Contact City of Colorado Springs Sustainability Coordinator Carrie McCausland, 719-385-CSGN (2746) or firstname.lastname@example.org.