Joint Sustainability CommitteeDec. 14, 2022

3. APH update re: Climate Equity Plan — original pdf

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UPDATE ON AUSTIN CLIMATE EQUITY PLAN EFFORTS PRESENTATION TO JOINT SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE DECEMBER 14, 2022 STEPHANIE HELFMAN & MICHELLE FRIEDMAN APH Mission and Vision Vision: Everyone will have an optimal quality of life, health and well-being free from racism, poverty and oppression Mission: To prevent disease, promote health and protect the well-being of all Accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board Austin Climate Equity Plan (ACEP) Food and Product Consumption: Strategy 2: Promote and fund community-driven food retail programs Retail: ▪ Mobile Markets and Curbside Delivery (Farmshare Austin) ▪ Nutrition education and recipe sampling at Markets (SFC) ▪ Healthy Corner Store Program (APH + EDD) Non-Retail outlets: ▪ Healthy Food Pantries and Pop-ups (Foundation Communities) ▪ APH Neighborhood Centers Food Programs ▪ Equidad ATX ACEP Food and Product Consumption: Strategy 3: Incentivize pro-climate, pro-health food choices ▪ Double Up Food Bucks (SFC) ▪ Farmers Markets, Mobile Markets ▪ Grocery Expansion of Double Up Food Bucks (SFC) ▪ Wheatsville Food Co-op Additional Strategy: Educate on pro-heath food choices Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Diabetes Empowerment Education Program PreventT2 Diabetes Prevention Program Mayors Health and Fitness Council Worksite Partner Certification Program Additional Strategy: Building community resiliency ▪Social Determinants of Health Screening and Referral through ConnectATX ▪Public Health Emergency Preparedness ▪Cold Weather Sheltering Operations ▪Competition for Social Services Food Access and Distribution programming coming out in February 2022 Thank You! FO R A D DI T IO NAL I N FO R M ATIO N CO N TAC T: ST E PHA NIE.HELF M AN@AU STINTEXAS.GOV M I CHE L LE. FR IEDMAN@ AU STI NTEXAS.GOV