The HB Huddle Environment Team
The HB Huddle Environment Team is a group of concerned citizens that meet to educate themselves and others about environmental issues facing the city of Huntington Beach and beyond. The group communicates with government and corporate officials to ask them to address a number of issues and participates in and plans a variety of community activities. Activities include climate change protests, tree plantings, beach clean ups, community meetings, educational events, etc. The following is a partial list of issue the group discusses and takes action on when appropriate and possible.
Climate Change Community Choice CCE Food composting Poseidon desalination Ban toxic materials in parks Planting trees and native gardens No offshore drilling Eliminating single-use plastics Coastal erosion prevention Mass transportation Incentive to buy or lease Electric cars Electric city vehicles Safe LED street lights Protected bike lanes Rain barrels San Onofre Nuclear Waste Green building practices New developments Simplifying solar permits and inspection process
HB Huddle E-Team Takes Action on Single-Use Plastics
The team has drafted a letter to take to local restaurants that are using single-use plastic to-go containers. Can you help them with this project? Here’s how it works:
1) Use this link to access the letter and print a copy
(there is a preview in the image below).
2) Introduce yourself to the manager and give them the letter,
which explains dangers and alternatives to plastic.
3) Enter your interaction on this handy google doc
so we can track progress.
4) Follow-up and see if they made the switch
If you have any questions please email
Your diet affects the planet! Click the link below for a list of local Vegan restaurants:
Stay up to date with this Action Team by joining their Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/958471977587726/
Additional Inquires: please contact email@example.com.
Team link: https://ohm.co/a4de2ac
Details on OhmConnect for the Huddle are available here: OhmConnect Instructions.docx