Entries by Lorrie Kaplan

Ashland Climate Commission Sounds the Alarm

Ashland’s Climate Policy Commission issued a strongly worded declaration to the City Council at the Council’s September 7 business meeting. “All is not well,” CPC told the Council, citing the most recent progress report on the city’s 2017 Climate and Energy Action Plan, presented in May by city Climate Analyst Stu Green. CPC Chair Rick Barth described […]

Aligning our Transportation with Climate Priorities

Spotlight on Climate Solutions: #21 — Friday August 27, 2021.  By Lorrie Kaplan, Chair, Ashland Climate Action Project. Transportation is one of the biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in Ashland. So if we are serious about reducing our emissions, we need to start planning now for an Ashland that is less dependent on gas-powered automobiles.  Buying […]