Recommendations for Creating and Implementing Climate Change Mitigation Strategies for Municipalities
Date of Award
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Master of Applied Science
Environmental Policy And Management
Carbon, Climate change, Climatic changes, Energy, Environmental degradation, Greenhouse gas emissions, Greenhouse gas mitigation, Municipal government, Renewable, Solutions
The effects of climate change are beginning to show themselves globally and not enough is being done to counteract these changes. Institutional action is a necessity, and municipalities have an opportunity to fill this void by developing mitigation strategies that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This report critically reviews the municipal climate action plans for Portland, Oregon; Boulder, Colorado; and Toronto, Ontario and provides recommendations for other municipalities who wish to create and implement climate change mitigation plans.
Swayne, Katherine, "Recommendations for Creating and Implementing Climate Change Mitigation Strategies for Municipalities" (2007). University College: Environmental Policy and Management Capstones. 212.
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