A draft climate action plan for Chester County has been released for public review and comment. The updated Climate Action Plan expands on the 2010 Greenhouse Gas Reduction report, providing an updated greenhouse gas emissions inventory as well as an action plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy efficiency throughout the county. The plan was prepared by the Chester County Planning Commission in partnership with the County’s Environmental and Energy Advisory Board.
A public meeting on the proposed Climate Action Plan will be held on March 4, 2021 at 6:30 pm via Zoom. The agenda for the public meeting is as follows:
- 6:30 – Welcome (Chester County Commissioners)
Landscapes3 – Protect Goal (Brian O’Leary, CCPC)
Why do we need a Climate Action Plan? (Jess Cadorette, EEAB Chair and Paul Spiegel, EEAB Vice-Chair)
- 6:50 – Climate Action Plan Overview (Carol Stauffer, CCPC)
Plan Goal – Reduce our Carbon Footprint
Action Plan Highlights
- 7:15 – Public Comment/Q&A (Attendees)
- 7:50 – Next Steps – Where do we go from here? (Jess Cadorette, EEAB Chair)
- 8:00 – Adjournment
You can leave comments about the draft plan below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comments will be accepted through March 31st.
It may take three to five business days for comments to be publicly visible.
Only comments specific to the plan will be approved and made visible.
Email addresses will not be visible, however, names will be shown as submitted.
Comments submitted via email will be posted below anonymously.