Letters to the Editor on Medford’s Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Plan (CCARP)

Gary Sumrak, RV-Times December 28th 2023

Cities need to take action to address climate change

Climate change is a global issue and will take a global effort to address. Cities large and small have been looking at ways to mitigate the effects of climate change; the City of Medford is no different.

Over recent years and worldwide, cities have developed a variety of common based plans to help mitigate and adapt to climate change.

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Allen Hallmark, RV-Times, December 28th 2023

Medford council should support climate action plan

As one of many who lost their homes in Talent to the Almeda Wildfire, I know from personal experience that climate change is rapidly warming the planet and wreaking havoc nearly everywhere — making wildfires, droughts, floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters happen more often and with more intensity, causing loss of life and properties on an unparalleled scale.

That’s why each and every city, county, state, and nation need to be engaged intensively in making plans for how to reduce each community’s greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change. We must act together decisively so we can adapt to the new warmer climate.

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