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Role of Public Advisory Committee (PAC)
The Public Advisory Committee includes 55 members The Public Advisory Committee includes 55 members that inform the public on air quality issues in the Southern Appalachians. They identify public concerns and encourage public participation in air quality decision making. They advise SAMI on issues of public importance and advise the public on SAMI responses to those concerns. SAMI brochures, fact sheets, and the 1999 and 2000 Interim Reports are Public Advisory Committee products.

Current PAC Projects
On the incentives contract, the PAC and ICF Consulting are finalizing an energy use and emissions baseline that will be used to evaluate incentive strategies in the residential and commercial building sectors. Next they will work to create an optimal package of incentive strategies to model for the transportation and building sectors. The PAC is discussing its role in the SAMI Final Report process and is developing creative ways to deliver the SAMI message.

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Thursday, December 21, 2000

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