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Tuesday, October 25, 2022 Sustainability Lab

Sustainability Lab on Tuesday, October 25, 2022
T-REX Sharptooth Boardroom (5th Floor)
911 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO
Sustainability Metrics of Regional Importance

(Zoom option also available)

4:00pm - 5:15pm

The October Sustainability Lab will be a discussion of the OneSTL performance indicators and other metrics being tracked in the region. Since 2013, OneSTL has been tracking data that indicates the overall sustainability of the St. Louis region. Are these metrics still the best to measure the progress of OneSTL and the sustainable development of the St. Louis region? Can we better connect with what others are doing in the region? 

Check out the current list of OneSTL performance indicators here, the current working groups here, and come prepared to discuss the best way for OneSTL to move forward on building and measuring a sustainable region. Discussion may include but is certainly not limited to the following: 

  • What metrics are most important for the region to measure?
  • What metrics best reflect the activities of the OneSTL Working Groups?
  • Who else in the region is tracking performance measures? Is there overlap and opportunity to connect processes?

This Sustainability Lab will be hybrid, so you have the option to come to T-REX or log in on Zoom. 

Parking: To reduce carbon emissions, you can plan your trip using public transit here. Depending on construction, meter parking may be available on 10th or 11th St. or Lucas Ave. There are also pay lots behind and next to T-REX.
Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 820 4417 9442
Passcode: 507839

Notes from Last Lab: 
Click here to view the information discussed regarding clean energy at the last lab, including community solar, rebates and tax credits for energy efficiency projects, and more. 

(As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we ask that all attendees take appropriate precautions such as getting vaccinated, maintaining social distance, wearing a mask when in proximity to more than three people, and washing your hands or using hand sanitizer frequently.)