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City Passes Bold Sustainability, Climate Action Plan (Subscriber Content)

By Bob Conrad

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The Reno City Council last week approved a sustainability and climate action plan that aims to reduce carbon emissions. According to city officials, the region's carbon emissions have already seen reductions.

"The total carbon emissions dropped significantly from 3.2 million metric tons in 2008 to 2.75 million metric tons in 2014," the city reported. "Thi…

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Dave Morgan August 9, 2019 - 9:14 am

Nice article. Old information – but at least the vocabulary about climate change and heat behavior is slowly gaining a foothold in our common daily dialog. We need to emphasize effective remediation and enforce it by every city/county planning commission, city council and county commission taking action. REQUIRE vegetative options. No more hit and miss Johnny Appleseeds. If city and county public works departments have deep pockets for asphalt they surely can be convinced to plant as many trees as it would take to reduce our citys’ heat island.

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