2009 West Coast Climate Change and Materials Management Forum

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       Day 2 - December 2, 2009


 2009 West Coast Forum
 on Climate Change,
 Waste Prevention,
 Recovery and Disposal
Where have we come from,
                           where are we going
Review of Day 1


Shannon Davis, EPA Region 9
Speakers: What are the
Connections between Climate
Change and Consumption

 Overview of Global Work on Consumption
   Jenny Stephenson, EPA, ORCR
 Waste Prevention and the Waste Hierarchy
  Climate Connections
   David Allaway, Oregon DEQ
 Policy Considerations for a Community
  Protocol Framework
   Jill Simmons, City of Seattle
 Measurement Tools
   Chris Jones, UC-Berkeley
What are some ideas for
governments regarding
waste, materials, climate
change and consumption?
Based on what we have heard so far…
Summary of
Discussions

Viccy Salazar, EPA Region 10
            End of Webinar – Day 2
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 2009 West Coast Forum
 on Climate Change,
 Waste Prevention,
 Recovery and Disposal

More information is available at
 www.epa.gov/region10/westcoastclimate
 What are the top 10 key
 issues in addressing
 consumption?

Each site identifies top 10
Each site reports out, connecting their top 10 to the others
Identify top 3 – 5 across sites
Discussions: Moving forward


1. What are the biggest opportunities to
   address consumption?
  1. What would need to change to address these issues?


2. What role should the forum play?

3. Where can we influence?
  1. What do we want to take on?
  2. Key learning?
  3. What are the next steps for the Forum?
Closing Thoughts…
          Special Thanks to:
          Evan Johnson, EPA Fellow


   End of Day 2


For more information:
          www.epa.gov/region10/westcoastclimate
• Shannon Davis, EPA Region 9, 415-972-3440,
  davis.shannon@epa.gov
• Viccy Salazar, EPA Region 10, 206-553-1060,
  salazar.viccy@epa.gov