Tucson Approves Climate Action and Adaptation Plan

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Tucson’s Mayor and Council last night, March 7, approved a climate action and adaptation plan that will provide a strategic pathway to reduce the City’s emissions to net zero by 2030, explain the anticipated impacts of climate change across the City, identify the communities that will be most vulnerable to those impacts, and provide strategies that will assure Tucson can adapt and be resilient to the impacts of climate change now and into the future. The plan is called “Tucson Resilient Together,” and is posted on the Climate Action Hub website linked below. In 2020, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero led the move to declare a climate emergency and she and the council passed several initiatives to help mitigate the effects of climate change.

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