City of Albuquerque Climate Action Plan

In the summer of 2008, the City of Albuquerque assembled a task force comprising 60 residents to develop a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the city by 80 percent by the year 2050. The result is the Climate Action Plan that was subsequently reviewed by peer groups and presented for community comment at 10 town hall meetings held at different locations around the city. The plan suggests policy goals in the areas of carbon offsets, local food and agriculture, carbon neutral buildings, recycling, renewable energy, social change, livable neighborhoods and transportation. 

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