Gateway Cities Climate Action Planning Framework

The Gateway Cities Council of Governments (COG) received grant funds to prepare a regional Climate Action Planning Framework that local jurisdictions can use to develop a voluntary Climate Action Plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in their communities. The CAP Framework is intended to help individual communities advance their goals for economic development, public health, air quality, climate resiliency, equity, and job creation while planning for the impacts of climate change. 

For best results, open the CAP Framework Dashboard in the Internet Explorer or Firefox web browsers. You can also run the Dashboard as an interactive PDF in Adobe Acrobat Reader or equivalent PDF reader by right-clicking it and saving it on your computer.


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View the CAP Framework Case Study on the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) webpage: https://resilientca.org/case-studies/Gateway-Cities-Council-of-Governments-Climate-A/


Greenhouse Gas Reduction Measure Toolkit: Webinar Training (December 10, 2018)

 

 


 

Climate Action Planning Framework Fact Sheet

 

 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop 1 – Agenda

 


 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop 1 – Powerpoint

 

 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop 2 – Agenda

 


 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop 2 – Powerpoint

 

 

Climate Action Planning Framework Overview

 


 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop #3 - Agenda

 

 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop #3 - PowerPoint

 


 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop #3 – Workbook

 

 

Climate Action Planning Framework – Workshop #3 – City Exercise

 

 

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Gateway Cities COG Air Quality Action Plan

Due in part to the heavy concentration of goods movement and industry in and around the Gateway Cities, the sub?region has historically experienced the adverse impacts of air pollution. Learn More