Inquiries opened for climate action planning in Charlottesville


CharlottevilleThe City of Charlottesville’s Climate Protection Program is launching two surveys to gather community feedback to inform its Climate Action Plan for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and its Climate Vulnerability Assessment .

Both surveys are open until May 20.

  • Poll #1: The Climate Action Poll inform the strategies and actions of the city’s climate action plan, aimed at achieving Charlottesville’s greenhouse gas emission reduction goals of a 45% reduction by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050.
  • Survey #2: Charlottesville Climate Vulnerabilities Survey aims to identify the anticipated level of impact and adaptability of key community systems in response to key climate change risks for our region. The results of this survey will be used to inform community workshops in June, which will be the final stage of community engagement in developing a climate vulnerability assessment. Assessing climate vulnerability is a key step in developing a climate adaptation plan.

For more information on the city’s climate planning, visit charlottesville.gov/climateplan

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