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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting date/time: 3/29/2021 3:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Virtual
Waste and Sustainable Consumption Work Group
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   1. Introductions    Not available Not available
   2. Review Agenda Clarify key goals and outputs desired for this meeting: To narrow out current list of potential “big ideas” down to a short list of 2-4 ideas which will we examine more closely in our next phase of work.     Not available Not available
   3. Review and approve minutes for March 15 meeting    Not available Not available
   4. Update on materials in CCTFCEE Google docs folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1R0CS1fZhLCUXn-IaNGgH-ZWSUNfpa0ZF     Not available Not available
   5. Discuss and vet potential “big ideas” to produce a short list of no more than 4 ideas to take forward to next stage of analysis     Not available Not available
   6. Assign investigative lead(s) for each idea on short list     Not available Not available
   7. Brainstorm additional stakeholders, experts, consultants we should reach out to in relation to short-listed ideas     Not available Not available
     Next meeting: April 12, 3- 4:30 Reminder: Milestones for work groups and C&E plan adoption, per Project Charter: • Jan 2021 – Work group memberships finalized and begin work • March 2021 – Produce “menu” of financing strategies • May 2021 – Prioritize financing ideas and coalesce around one big idea • Aug -Oct 2021 – Prioritize and refine financing proposals • Dec 2021 – Bring Climate & Equity Plan framework to City Council and County Board for adoption • May 2022 – Government agencies request funding for proposed programs • July 2022 – Plan drafted • Sept 2022 – Plan adopted • Nov 2022 – Plan elements funded as part of City and County Budgets • Jan 2023 and following – Programs and policies implemented     Not available Not available
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