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The Climate Action Plan will include actions in six different areas, which are shown below. It will include actions that mitigate or reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and actions that will help the community adapt to climate change impacts. Please check out the summaries of potential actions that been evaluated as the most effective and cost-effective, and the most important based on the input we have received so far. Each of the six areas has actions that could be pursued community-wide and actions that could be pursued in City operations. The summary tables in each area are also comment forms you can fill in and email back to us at climategoal@corvallisoregon.gov.

Buildings and Energy:

Land Use and Transportation:

Consumption and Waste:

Urban Natural Resources:

Food and Agriculture:

Health, Social Services and Community Well-being:

What’s Next:
All public comments that are received by September 14, 2016 will be forwarded to the Task Force for their review at their next meeting, which will be on September 27, 2016. Once the Task Force reviews your input, they will consider which actions to recommend as the highest priority in the final plan. There will be future opportunities to comment on the draft plan prepared by the Task Force.

Additional opportunities to comment:
After you have had the opportunity to review the background information provided in the Reference Documents below, give us your feedback on the Goals, Targets and Evaluation Criteria for the Climate Action Plan by filling out a Feedback Form.

Reference Documents:

Climate Action Plan Overview

Climate Action Plan Elements, Plan Development Process and Evaluation Criteria

Climate Action Plan Goals

Climate Change Background and Framework for Development of Long-Term and Interim Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Targets for Corvallis

Overall Summary of GHG Mitigation Actions based on Effectiveness and Cost—Operations

Overall Summary of GHG Mitigation Actions based on Effectiveness and Cost—Community

Buildings and Energy:

Land Use and Transportation:

Consumption and Waste:

Urban Natural Resources:

Food and Agriculture:

Health, Social Services and Community Well-being:

Last updated: 9/14/2016 2:02:13 PM