The City of South Pasadena recently hosted a public engagement in meeting to kick off its Climate Action Plan (CAP), a long-range effort that outlines specific strategies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The event last year provided a summary of the city’s baseline GHG inventory.
As part of the recent meeting in mid-November in the South Pasadena Library Community Room, residents were brought up to date on where the city is positioned in regards to its greenhouse gas emissions in comparison to the state guidelines and targets. About 20 participants addressed the city’s strategies to reduce emissions at the meeting.
City officials gathered information and wrote down comments from those on hand as part of the process. A second meeting to discuss the Climate Action Plan is scheduled for February. The exact date has not been announced.
The Climate Action Plan outlines the ways in which the City of South Pasadena can reduce its greenhouse gas emissions levels and will serve as a roadmap to reduce the city’s carbon footprint.
For inquiries on the Climate Action Plan public engagement meetings or the Climate Action Plan process, contact Arpy Kasparian at (626) 403-7253 or email@example.com.