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LLCT Annual Meeting and Keynote with David O'Neill - Shared screen with speaker view
Patty Donahue
31:46
Second
Paul Shorb
31:50
second
Nancy Soulette
31:51
swcond
Paul Shorb
34:34
Thank you Megan and Patty!
Michelle L. Barnes
34:51
We will miss you!
Paul Shorb
01:04:20
Would love to hear some specific examples / categories of nature-based solutions to mitigation of climate change
Virginia Lemire
01:05:42
How can we comvimce our condo community to not cut down mature oaks that help store carbom?
Robin Wilk
01:07:42
Four years ago Mass Audubon chose not to get involved in the question of leaf blower use in Lincoln. Said it was too political. Has that approach changed?
Michelle L. Barnes
01:08:53
Suppose the $1B were raised, there still would need to be priorities set for highest and best impact. How do you envisage setting those priorities? Related,what is your vision for the intersection between climate resiliency, human health and equity?
Michelle L. Barnes
01:21:39
Isn't validating the additionality one reason why the market is only working for very large scale projects?
Dwight Gertz
01:23:33
What can you say about what individuals can do. Any good new ideas?
Rosalind Stowe
01:24:43
How can Mass Audubon and other orgs work with underserved urban communities to build awareness of nature-based solutions and create green cities.
Chris Klem
01:27:20
An attempted assist from an Mass Audubon board member on CARB credits -- beyond the 100-year stewardship, there is the matter of Mass Audubon's use of credit sale proceeds for further land conservation, and the conservation continuously undertaken by Mass Audubon in anticipation of multiple forms of governmental financing, whenever and however available. Taking the Mass Audubon work as a whole, there is absolutely no concern about the additionality -- dollar for dollar and beyond -- of the conservation program, regardless of flaws with the CARB program or forest credits in general.
Rosalind Stowe
01:30:11
Thank you!
Michelle L. Barnes
01:31:31
trust is available at the local level, though, as we can see it. So you don't necessarily need the middle man if both sides of the equation are local.