Climate Action Santa Monica (CASM) will host its fifth public forum, â€œWhat a Way to Go â€“ Bike, Bus Expo,â€ Â at the Church in Ocean Park.
Focusing on Santa Monicaâ€™s transportation revolution, the forum will feature a keynote address by Rick Cole, Santa Monicaâ€™s new City Manager on “Grand Overview of How Expo Revolutionizes How We Move in the City.”
Emceed by Belinda Waymouth, Environmental Journalist and Huffington Post writer with a Master in Environmental Studies from UCLA. Additional will presentations include William Selby, Santa Monica College Geography and Earth Sciences Professor on “El Nino and Hot Climate News,” Cynthia Rose, DirectorÂ of Santa Monica Spoke on “Biking in Santa Monica and Santa Monicaâ€™s New Breeze Bike Share System,” Aimee Wyatt of Santa Monicaâ€™s Big Blue Bus system on “New BBB Routes and Expo Integration,” and Tom Jasmin and Stacy Yamato, Metro Rail Start up Manager and Metro Community Safety Director, on “Expoâ€™s Safe and Far-Reaching System.”
Mayor McKeown & Council Member Pam Oâ€™Connor, will share important announcements about the upcoming Paris COP21 Climate Summit which they will be attending. Oâ€™Connor will be representing the United States as a member of our Delegation.
Denny Zane Executive Director of Move LA will be joining the program to discuss important future transit funding sources.
The program will include an interactive Transportation Festival between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm featuring a parked Big Blue Bus, the new Breeze Bike Share bikes and live music.
The forum will be held at The Church in Ocean Park,
235 Hill Street in Santa Monica.
Admission is free.
Attendees are urged to use public and active transportation. For more information about the November 22 Forum, contact CASM at ClimateActionSantaMonica@gmail.com or call 424-259-3194.
Climate Action Santa Monica, a program of The Church in Ocean Park, empowers people to learn about climate change, locally and beyond, and directs their talents, habits and passion toward bringing Santa Monica to climate neutrality and community resiliency. Visit theirÂ website atÂ Climate Action Santa Monica