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2013 Climate Action Plan: LeadershipinEnergyEfficiency: Cathedral City will take common-sense approaches to reduce energy use and waste, create local jobs, improve air quality, preserve our local landscape and history, and in other ways benefit the City for years to come.   The Climate Action Plan is a framework for the development and implementation of policies and programs that will reduce the City’s emissions. It addresses the major sources of emissions in seven spheres of daily life:

1. Where We Live (Residential)

2. Where We Work (Business)

3. How We Build (Building)

4. How We Get Around (Transportation)

5. How We Govern (Municipal)

6. Where We Visit and Play (Hospitality/Recreation)

7. How We Teach and Learn (Education)

2013 Energy Action Plan: An Energy Action Plan is a living document. It is meant to change with time, experience and need. Its purpose is to identify opportunities for cost savings through energy efficiency and actions necessary to meet the City’s future energy needs, consistent with energy policies set forth by the State of California.

Greenhouse Gas Inventory: The City of Cathedral City is pleased to have completed its first Greenhouse Gas Inventory and the accompanying Methodology Briefings. This inventory informs the City and its residents and businesses of its ecological footprint in significant detail. By taking a proactive stance in regard to greenhouse gases (GHG), Cathedral City intends to boost its economy through energy efficiency upgrades, plug the flow of dollars leaving the community for imported energy, and create lasting jobs in the “sustainability industry.”

RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CATHEDRAL CITY, CALIFORNIA CERTIFYING A NEGATIVE DECLARATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE CLIMATE ACTION PLAN AND GREENHOUSE GAS INVENTORY, THE ENERGY ACTION PLAN, ENERGY BENCHMARKING PRACTICE FOR MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS, AND COMMISSIONING/RETRO-COMMISSIONING PRACTICE

Last updated: 10/28/2014 3:19:25 PM