This week-long series of events will highlight Earth Day, Eco3’s commitment to sustainability in partnership with the Duluth Citizens’ Climate Action Plan, and the efforts of our community partners to move towards a resilient community. 


Join Eco3 and expert Panelists as we lead five virtual webinars shedding light on the four sectors that contribute to the majority of greenhouse gas emissions in Duluth: Energy Production, Transportation, Food & Agriculture, and Buildings & Housing. 

Monday, April 19

12:00pm – Food & Agriculture

Starr Brainard, Duluth Community Garden Program

David Abazs, UMD Northeast RSDP

Evan Flom, Community Action Duluth

Tuesday, April 20

12:00pm – Transportation

James Gittemeier, Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council

Shawna Mullen, Essentia Health – Transportation 

Yusef Orest, Minnesota Power

Wednesday, April 21

12:00pm – Buildings & Housing

Rachel Wagner, Green New Deal Housing

Ben Passer, Fresh Energy

Jenn Reed Moses, City of Duluth Planning

Thursday, April 22

12:00pm – Green Vision for Duluth

Mindy Granley, City of Duluth

Jodi Slick, Ecolibrium3

Friday, April 23

12:00pm – Energy Production

Bob Blake, Solar Bear

Gail Francis, RE-AMP Network

Jen McEwen, Minnesota State Senator

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