The City of Tucson is seeking input on priorities for both city government and community-wide climate and environmental sustainability actions.
The City is seeking input on priorities for both government and community-wide climate and environmental sustainability actions.
Mayor Regina Romero is inviting the community to complete a survey to kick start the process of developing Tucson’s Climate Action Plan. This input will help create a roadmap to reduce emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases and respond to and prepare for the increasing impacts of climate change. The goal is to improve the city’s environmental and sustainability practices while increasing Tucsonan’s quality of life for decades.
Survey responses will help to inform the City on the communities’ priorities concerning environmentally sustainable goals for a warming Tucson. The Climate Action Plan, along with other long-range city planning efforts, will ultimately be part of Plan Tucson. Help us steer the city towards a healthy, equitable, and resilient future!
Note- This survey was developed and revised by a variety of stakeholders and community members. Special thanks to the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3) and their fellows.
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