The Whatcom County Climate Impact Advisory Committee provides review and recommendations to the Whatcom County Council and Executive on issues related to the preparation and adaptation for, and the prevention and mitigation of, impacts of climate change.
Meetings are generally held the first Thursday of the month, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and are currently being held remotely (see agenda for remote meeting details).
Meetings are open to the public. Community members who attend may provide public comment on issues related to climate impacts in Whatcom County.
The Climate Impact Advisory Committee has 11 members appointed by the County Council:
At least seven members must have previous work or educational experience in subjects including climate change,renewable energy development, energy conservation, energy sector, waste reduction and recycling, farming, food security, land use planning, municipal government and flood mitigation and planning.
Elected officials and staff from the cities within the county are eligible and encouraged to participate as members.