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San Francisco’s Residential Building Equity & Decarbonization Initiative

The San Francisco Department of the Environment has convened an “Anchor Partners Network” (APN) to work together to establish equitable zero emissions residential building strategies that will inform San Francisco’s 2020 Climate Action Strategy update.

The APN is co-led by Emerald Cities and PODER, organizations committed to equity in the clean energy sector and that organize with frontline communities including low-income people and people of color, those most burdened by the impacts of the climate crisis, and at the forefront of promoting genuine climate solutions. Through a series of stakeholder meetings, the APN will share the twin goals of residential building decarbonization and racial equity, and will collect and incorporate community feedback to prioritize key strategies for the upcoming CAS update in order to meet both goals.

For questions, more information, or to participate contact:
Avni Jamdar, Emerald Cities San Francisco, ajamdar@emeraldcities.org
Antonio Díaz, PODER, adiaz@podersf.org
Richard Chien, SF Environment, richard.chien@sfgov.org

To learn more, download the fact sheet below.