Climate Conversations: Affordable Housing and the Environment


Presented by Save The Bay, Greenbelt Alliance, and TransForm

 

The Bay Area is severely behind on producing affordable housing. Nearly half of Bay Area renters are rent burdened and 38,000 people are experiencing homelessness. This is not only unjust and unsafe, but deeply connected to our ability to address climate change and protect our natural environment.

 

This fall, Californians have a chance to help address this issue by voting for an affordable housing regional bond that will increase our supply of affordable housing in the Bay Area.

 

Join Save The Bay, TransForm, and Greenbelt Alliance during Affordable Housing Month for a discussion about the intersection between affordable housing and the environment. Learn why the bond is so critical for our housing and climate goals.

 

The conversation will feature Vice President of the Association of Bay Area Governments and Mayor of Berkeley Jesse Arreguín, TransForm’s Housing Policy Manager Grecia Mannah-Ayon, Greenbelt Alliance’s Resilience Manager Jordan Grimes, and Save The Bay’s Political Director

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Event Details for Climate Conversations: Affordable Housing and the Environment

Date

05/23/2024
Time
5 - 6 PM
Location
Virtual
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