Ashland’s Climate Action Plan: Are We Making Progress?
Ashland’s Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP) was approved in 2017 to much fanfare. Our overarching goals were to be net zero by 2050.
Four years later, how are we doing?
For our May Zoom Conversation, we’ve invited Ashland Climate and Energy Analyst Stu Green to provide an up-to-date assessment of Ashland’s progress towards reducing emissions, preparing for climate impacts, where we stand on key progress indicators, and priority next steps to achieve our 2030 and 2050 goals.
We’re all in this together!
Please don’t miss this important conversation.
Our conversation will focus on….
- Progress we’ve made and where we’re lagging behind
- What it will take to achieve our goal of net zero by 2050
- Lessons we’ve learned along the way that might accelerate our future progress and benefit neighboring communities
- The role of the city and community members in greenhouse gas reduction
- Upcoming opportunities to reinvigorate the climate action success in Ashland
Other guests for this conversation will include Ashland City Councilor Tonya Graham, Climate Policy Commission Chair Rick Barth, and others leading the climate action conversation in Ashland.
See you on Wednesday May 19 at 7pm!