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September, 2021

Tuesday
7
Rollins Philanthropy Center
11:00 AM
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Monthly committee meeting
Wednesday
8
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Rent has gone up in Orlando 18.8% since January of 2021, and a recent study published by Smartest dollars says that residents need to earn more than $23 per hour to afford a 1-bedroom apartment.
The Affordable Housing shortage in Orange County is at an all-time high and is a health and humanitarian crisis. According to a recent article in the Orlando Business Journal, there is a 91,000-unit affordable housing shortage among metro Orlando’s residents who earn 50% or less of the area’s median income of $48,511.
September’s Hot Topics will address how businesses and government agencies can address the Affordable Housing Crisis in Orange County, which has been worsened due to Covid and the pending end of the CDC’s eviction moratorium.
Thursday
9
Monday
13
Tuesday
14
Join Zoom Meeting Information

Meeting ID: 842 4062 1326
Passcode: 037859
6:00 PM
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For members interested in participating on this committee.
Wednesday
15
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National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15) begins - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR
Thursday
16
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Sept 14-30. The 106th Annual Meeting and Conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). The Conference will present innovative virtual programming, panels and discussions about this year's theme: The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity. Info: www.asalh.org
Thursday
16
ZOOM Call for April and May then return to Rollins upon release from Covid19 protocols
11:30 AM
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Government Committee Meeting
Tuesday
21
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Sept. 21- 26 Global Peace Film Festival "Heal the World". There is a week of in-person screenings beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 21 with the opening night at Enzian Theater followed by screenings at the Winter Park Public Library from Wednesday, Sept. 22 through Sunday, Sept. 26. Virtual Sept. 27-Oct. 3. www.peacefilmfest.org
Tuesday
21
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Zoom meeting until further notice
Meet 3rd Tue of every month
Wednesday
22
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Zoom mtg, every 4th Wed of the month, contact Chairperson for login info
Thursday
23
Kay Hudson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Natural Resources Committee Meeting
6:30 PM
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Let's put the brakes on Climate Change!
Dr. Penelope Canan will present a proposal to focus on four types of "Super, Short-Lived" Climate Pollutants. (SLCP)

Increasingly frequent extreme climate events worldwide (heat, fires, floods, droughts, famines) plus available federal financing for global warming "solutions," means that communities will be faced with many proposals for short-term and long-range "climate programs." How can citizens participate in evaluating various options suited to their localities? How would we go about determining next steps? Communities vary in the nature of the super pollutants they face, so opportunities for citizen input abound, especially if they match regional options.

Dr. Canan will present a proposal to focus on four types of "Super, Short-Lived" Climate Pollutants (SLCP), as recommended by Miller, Zaelke & Andersen in their recent book, Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!. (These are: methane, black carbon, tropospheric ozone, and hydrogenated compounds.) SLCPs are SUPER pollutants (relatively the most powerful) and have the shortest life span.The logic is to get the most bang for the buck and buy ten years that may avoid dangerous "tipping points" and feedback loops.

The authors propose joining, combining, and strengthening multilateral agreements already operating within each category. Importantly, they suggest that all agreements, old or new, be modeled after the "Start and Strengthen" approach of the Montreal Protocol on Ozone Layer Protection, "the most successful environmental treaty in history."

Penelope hopes for lively discussion of the basics of the proposal and concrete suggestions for LWV next steps in Florida.
Friday
24
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Zoom workshop
Tuesday
28
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National Voter Registration Day 2021 - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR