Sarah Gardener, coordinator of the Iowa City Action Plan.  The goal is to lower greenhouse gas emissions by 45% 2030 and 0% 2050.  In 2020 they were down because of the pandemic.  They are gradually going up once again.  Residential use at homes in Iowa City.  Energy 2.9tons in 2018 down to 2.3tons in 2021.  Replacing all light bulbs with LED's will help.  In 2020 there were 2000 energy kits delivered to households. A mascot Goldie was developed to grow awareness of the serious of this problem. A study was done on different types of transportation.  59% of people drive alone, 3% bike, 12% walk, transit 3% carpool 7%.  Promote electrical vehicles.  The city has 4 electrical buses.  
Sarah expressed the need for charging stations. She also talked about recycling and important it is. Trees help.  The City of Iowa City is handing out 50% vouchers for trees.  
Pam Ehly talked about the District Grant that we used to upgrade the family sanctuary room at the Children's Museum. We received a thank you letter from the Free Medical Clinic for the $6500.00 donation for the Solar Panel project. 
The meeting adjourned at 8:00 am.