Living Green: Summer Savings on Water and Energy Use at Home

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Educational, Sustainability

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 City of Mesa Water Conservation and Salt River Project team up to provide residents with easy tips on how to save money, energy, and water at home, while promoting greater comfort and livability. From simple to high-tech ideas, we’ll help put more dollars back into your pocket.

The program includes a short overview of the Mesa Climate Action Plan and commitment to making our city a greener community. Reductions in energy and water use decrease greenhouse gas emissions. Mesa’s Stage One enactment of the Water Shortage Management Plan will also be discussed. 

Presented by Tanya Hughes from SRP and Donna DiFrancesco, Conservation Coordinator from the City of Mesa Environmental Management & Sustainability.

This program supports the City of Mesa’s Climate Action Plan (MCAP), a Mayor and Council priority initiative to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, build resilience in our community, and address the negative outcomes of a changing climate.

Learn about the Library’s sustainability efforts
Get tips on living green