The Albany City Council is committed to maintaining Albany’s small-town ambiance, responding to the needs of a diverse community, promoting business vitality, and fostering a safe, healthy, and sustainable environment. Part of the effort of preserving Albany’s unique character includes ensuring long term sustainability and resilience from climate change and its effects.
Albany’s first Climate Action Plan (CAP), adopted in 2010, is nearing completion after years of implementation. The City’s General Plan sets forth ambitious goals of 60% greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2035 and net zero emissions by 2050. To achieve these goals, City of Albany has developed a new Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) following an extensive public engagement process. The CAAP aims to reduce emissions and adapt to a changing climate.
The public comment period for the DRAFT 2019 Climate Action and Adaptation Plan is now closed. Public comments received during the public comment period are being analyzed and incorporated into the final version of the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
If you have any questions or concerns about the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, please contact Elizabeth Carrade at:
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