Provide feedback on the City's carbon neutrality work.
The City of Flagstaff is developing a Carbon Neutrality Plan, and we want your feedback.
In June of 2020, the Flagstaff City Council declared a Climate Emergency and committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. Carbon neutrality is defined as achieving net-zero carbon emissions: a community reduces its emissions as much as possible, and then offsets the emissions it cannot reduce through projects that remove emissions from the atmosphere. Since June, City staff have held community conversations and have completed the technical analysis to determine how Flagstaff can achieve this aggressive goal.
This survey outlines the seven target areas of action. We are seeking your thoughts on the direction of our work.
An online Climate Emergency Open House accompanies this survey. This Open House features community voices and videos on topics ranging from electric vehicles to the community organizing that led to this work. Tune in to hear from fellow community members about carbon neutrality and learn more about the actions described in this survey.
We invite you to check out the online Open House at https://flgsustain.learnworlds.com/course/open-house.
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