Are Rossmoor residents interested in ways to save energy and water, stay comfortable, save money and reduce air pollution?
Sustainable Rossmoor thinks yes.
The Cleaner Contra Costa Challenge is an online platform that provides residents with ways to reduce climate change by taking actions in their everyday lives. The Challenge gives step-by-step instructions for Actions that will not only have an impact on the climate, but also save money, keep air cleaner, improve health, and create local jobs.
Are Rossmoor residents ready to join with their friends to show fellow Contra Costa County residents just how committed and serious they are about climate, health, and jobs in the county? Are they read to win?
Sustainable Rossmoor thinks yes. Rossmoor residents have friends within their entry ways, club memberships, sports and more.
The Cleaner Contra Costa Challenge provides a website for you to learn together, take actions, and track your progress with your friends. If have a naturally competitive spirit, your team can compete against other teams in Contra Costa County.
1. Meet our Community Coordinator, Colleen Noland.
Colleen will moderate our training sessions, provide support, and be our guide as we move forward with this challenge.
Colleen is a Contra Costa County native who implemented a Garden program at Christ the King School in Pleasant Hill and worked as an Education Specialist at the Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco. She holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of San Francisco, where she volunteered for environmental organizations like Friends of the Urban Forest and Food Recovery Network. Colleen is a competitive Irish dancer and enjoys reading books of many subjects. She is passionate about vegetarian cooking and community agriculture. Her email is email@example.com.
2. Sign up for one or more training sessions or watch the training video
Here is the one hour video from our June 16, 2020 training session.
Future training sessions will be announced in the Rossmoor News the week before the training session. For now, they will be virtual training sessions conducted over Zoom.
In these training sessions, you will learn:
1. How to get to the website
2. What is on the website.
3. How to set up a household profile to track your progress.
4. How to join the Rossmoor Climate Crusaders community.
5. How to create a smaller team with your friends in Rossmoor. You are still part of the Rossmoor Climate Crusaders community.
6. How to see how other teams are doing
7. How to do one or two specific actions. Example. How to sign up for 100% Deep Green from MCE on the PG&E Website. Bring your PG&E account number on your bill.
For further questions, contact Sustainable Rossmoor members Amanda Casey (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dave Casey (email@example.com). If you would like to work on this project, please let us know. Volunteers are required to coordinate articles in the Rossmoor News, MailChimp Blasts, room reservations, brainstorming, recruiting new team leads and more.