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14 The Julian News EARTH TAL00 LEGAL NOTICES Questions & Answers About Our Environment Dear EarthTalk: I heard abput something called the Green Caf6 Network. What is it and what are they trying to accomplish for the environment? - Jane Stevenson, Los Angeles, CA The Green Caf6 Network (GCN), a project of the non- profit Earth Island Institute, seeks to reduce Americans' environmental impacts by greening the coffeehouse industry and harnessing cafe culture for community environmental awareness• By educating and working with cafe owners and staff, GCN helps network members reduce waste, save energy, conserve water and increase community stewardship• GCN's 30-plus cafes scattered across Northern California (as well as one in New York City and another in Keshena, Wisconsin) are committed to reducing their carbon footprints, promoting environmental responsibility and generally operating in as sustainable a manner as possible. The approach of the GCN is to build .on the influence of key institutions--neighborhood cafes and Americans' infatuation with coffee--to try to raise environmental awareness and spur individual action. The idea is that when people see their local caf6 as a positive example of green business practices and community building, there is a ripple effect, and the community is strengthened accordingly• For cafes interested in getting involved, GCN provides personalized consulting services to help owners reduce their ecological footprints, enhance and streamline their operations, and set a visible good example of environmental responsibility for the community at large. Services can address specific areas in need of attention, such as energy and water conservation, waste reduction, toxics minimization and eco-friendly purchasing, and also overall efforts to green the business from top to bottom. GCN can also consult on green building issues in the design, construction and remodel phases of a cafe's lifecycle. With a project tagline of "Love Our Planet a Latte," how could one not love what GCN is doing? Cafes and coffee shops can take steps to align environmental considerations with business operations even without membership in GCN. The Barista Exchange website, for one, offers a treasure trove Of information and tips on greening up cafes and coffee shops through energy and waste reduction, eco-friendly procurement and the sourcing of organic fair trade coffee. U.S. coffee shops serve up about 25 million cups every day, so coffee shops can make a huge difference by being green. For its part, the nation's leading coffee retailer, Starbucks, has been a pioneer in greening the coffee industry, and the company considers environmental stewardship a priority. With dedicated programs for increasing recycling, conserving energy and water, sourcing greener beans, using sustainable building techniques and materials in new stores, and offsetting carbon emissions, Starbucks has worked hard to set a green example. Of course, cafe owners re (760) 767-5662 August 3, 2011 The Green Caf6 Network (GCN), a project of Earth Island Institute, seeks to green the coffeehouse industry and harness cafe culture for community environmental awareness. Pictured: San Francisco's Border Lands Cafe, a GCN member. and staff aren't the only ones responsible for greening your coffee habit• You can play a role too. One obvious place to start is to bring in your own reusable mug to fill up on your favorite blend to cut down on paper cup waste. And requesting fair trade coffee will help ensure living photo by Steve Rhodes What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or depressing subject matter," a soothing, calming influence on the mind, something JULIAN COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP P. 0. BOX 249 JULIAN, CALIFORNIA 92036 REGULAR MEETING MONDAY • August 8, 2011 • 7 P.M. JULIAN TOWN HALL TENTATIVE AGENDA 1. ROLL CALL OF MEMBERS 2. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF CURRENT AGENDA 3. REVIEW &APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF May 9, 2011 MEETING 4. OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (Non-agenda Items) 5. OLD BUSINESS A) On.Site Wastewater Treatment System proposed regulations. 6. NEW BUSINESS 7. STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITI-EE REPORTS A) General Plan Update B) Land Use 1 ) 3100-5312 TM5312 Hoskins Ranch Subdivision - Replacement Map 2) CAL-PAC Conference MUP MOD• Camp Cedar Glen C) San DieguitQ River Valley Park Citizens Advisory Committee - Jack Shelver 8. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE AND CHAIRMAN'S REPORT 9. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION BEFORE NEXT MEETING (Not Covered Above) 10. SUBMISSION OF PLANNING GROUP EXPENSES FOR REIMBURSEMENT 11• ADJOURNMENT ALL ITEMS ON THE AGENDA ARE FOR DISCUSSION AND pO$BLE DECISION BY THE GROUP. UNLESS OTHERWZSS NOTED, A FINAL AGENDA WILL BE POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ON THE PORCH OF THE TOWN HALL 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE REGULAR PLANNING GROUP MEETING The Julian Community Planning Group (JCPG) is a voluntary organization representing the community. The function for the JCPG is advisory to the County Planning Department, Planning Commission, and the Board of Supentisors with regard to land use matters. Members: Jack Shelver, Chair. Woody Barnes, Vice Chair • Vicky Vedova-Bryan, Secretary Betty Birdsell, Pat Brown, Katherine Moretti, Kenny Musher, Bob Redding, Rudy Rikansrud, Bob Verdugo LEGAL: 05679 Publish: MOult 3, 2011 wages for coffee workers out in like a good armchair which provides RED by Mike Marland relaxation from physical fatigue  oNI; OF M • jEA?'II  k,d'M CAI4I:V r...Z C.ARIZOT. EXPE.RIMENTAL |'v,/[-41CI [[,iI'T'S cI::F--R 9,,qE.E.TANDTE ,':!i the fields andcafe owners thatsendayou message tOvalue doing • .T HenriMatisse IVF£'r'AI3LE5 R OqE? /"|1[1 I,,W:K .V_-S rr SIF_R  159.Ata-' "r' |l|r" "a£ PuLL!.z,-,. the right thing.  pMos:  .i[! : rf.- CONTACTS: Green Cafe  lii  Network, www.earthisland. org/index.php/projects/grn; FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Barista Exchange, www. 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DRONENBORG JR., I I i\\;\L"IU, by a female driver inn national to: I RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO I [ \\;\ ,,, '[p- NASCAR race since when9 Subscribe: J COUNTY ON July 15, 2011. I t U . ' subscribe. Free Trial Issue: www. I LEGAL:05673 I i\\;\1%vL/ 7. In 2010, Serb,a became only L Publi,h: Jely 27 and August 3,10,17, 2011 I \\;V /_--, / _] the second unseeded nation to I l" ;' win tennis' Davis Cup. Name the L...--,  first country to do it. answers on page 14 1. Entering 2011, name the last pitcher to toss a no-hitter for the IMPORTANT NOTICE [ Cati ornia Business and Professions Code Section 7023. et sec. requires that any advertisement hy a licemed contractor include the contractors license numh:r. 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