Are you motivated to address climate change through a social and racial justice approach? Do you believe that all people in our community deserve to benefit from the transition to a renewable future? Do you want to create lasting, systemic change? Do you want to work with some of the brightest minds to better serve the County's residents? If so, apply to join the County's Advisory Committee on Sustainability and Innovation (ACSI).

ACSI advises the County's Board of Commissioners on sustainability strategies that help our entire community thrive. ACSI has been effective at raising critical issues to County leadership around air toxics, energy policy, climate justice, and other community priorities.

We are currently recruiting for several new ACSI members. The Committee membership term is from January 2021 through December 2022. ACSI meetings are held quarterly, with optional sub-committee meetings held monthly. 

The purpose of this form is to obtain information for use in making appointments to the Multnomah County Advisory Committee on Sustainability and Innovation. Please note that information provided in this form is public information.

**Applications are due by 11:59pm PST on Sunday, November 15, 2020**

Questions? Please contact Knowledge Murphy at knowledge.murphy@multco.us.

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Multnomah County is primarily known for its role as the health and human services provider for the area, however, the County also provides services for animals, assessment and taxation, bridges, community justice, courts, elections, jails, libraries, marriage licenses and passports, school and community partnerships.
Conflicts of interest include your current or potential employment (including serving on the board of directors) with an organization that is currently doing business with the County or that may bid on County contracts.
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