Climate Action Plan Goals & Metrics for Community Outreach
Turning Berkeley’s climate plan into climate action rests on more than just ideas and good intentions. It requires Berkeley residents, businesses, the city government, and other institutions to urgently rise to the challenge of making big changes – changes in our infrastructure, technological advances, and changes in the decisions we make every day as members of the Berkeley community. Everyone must play a role.
Please take a moment to review the Climate Action Plan’s outreach-related goals below. Click on the links below each goal to review our community’s performance to date and to access other relevant resources and information.
- Enhance outreach and incentives to the business community
- Mobilize community members
Goal: Enhance outreach and incentives to the business community
Berkeley businesses already lead the way toward implementing sustainable practices that are both good for the community and for businesses’ bottom line. The Climate Action Plan recommends ongoing, collaborative efforts to showcase effective climate action and to engage additional businesses in the local climate action effort. For more information on green businesses and buying locally see: Office of Economic Development and Green Businesses
Goal: Mobilize community members
Significant ongoing outreach efforts are underway in Berkeley. The City government, in cooperation with local residents, business leaders, and community groups, works to enhance existing efforts and align them with Berkeley’s climate action effort. The metrics below highlight community-based efforts to help residents reduce their carbon footprint. For more information about getting involved locally, see: Take Action on Climate Change.
Check out other Climate Action Plan core strategies & goals:
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