Urban CO2 Reduction Plan
Recognizing the threat that Global Climate change could have on our way of life here in Miami-Dade, the County adopted a comprehensive plan to reduce our local contribution to global climate change. The plan, called the "Urban CO2 Reduction Plan," identifies 35 unique opportunities to improve County operations, reduce energy demand, improve our quality of life, and establish an example for the rest of the country to follow.
The plan targets energy use, transportation, land use, and solid waste as the primary contributors to climate change locally. A number of measures have been taken and progress on these items is reported to the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners annually.
Reports from Miami-Dade County's Urban CO2 Reduction Program
On January 25, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners approved the latest
Documents supporting Miami-Dade County urban CO2 reduction efforts
- The Dade Green Coalition (5.8 MB)
Progress reports to Board of County Commissioners
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