City of Alameda Climate Plan Survey

The climate has warmed over the last century and the Bay is rising. Most of this warming is due to greenhouse gas emissions. The City is creating a Climate Action Plan to reduce Alameda’s greenhouse gas emissions and address climate-related risks like flooding.

What zip code do you live in?

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* 1. What zip code do you live in?

How important is it for the Alameda community to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions?

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* 2. How important is it for the Alameda community to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions?

How serious will each of the following hazards be for Alameda residents in the future?

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* 3. How serious will each of the following hazards be for Alameda residents in the future?

  Not at all serious Not so serious Somewhat serious Very serious Extremely serious
Increased temperatures and heat waves
Increased wildfire (smoke/air quality)
Sea level rise and shoreline flooding
Flooding from rainstorms
Earthquakes
Drought
How concerned are you about each category below, thinking about the impacts of the hazards listed in Question 3?

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* 4. How concerned are you about each category below, thinking about the impacts of the hazards listed in Question 3?

  Not at all concerned Not so concerned Somewhat concerned Very concerned Extremely concerned
Public health
Well-being of future generations
Economic vitality of Alameda community
Homes and property values
Public infrastructure (roads, parks, etc.)
How concerned are you about impacts to different types of public infrastructure, thinking about the hazards listed in Question 3?

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* 5. How concerned are you about impacts to different types of public infrastructure, thinking about the hazards listed in Question 3?

  Not at all concerned Not so concerned Somewhat concerned Very concerned Extremely concerned
Community services (schools, hospitals, recreational facilities)
Transportation (roads, bridges)
Drinking water, sewer and storm system
Buildings (library, fire station)
What personal behaviors are you willing to change to reduce Alameda's greenhouse gas emissions?

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* 6. What personal behaviors are you willing to change to reduce Alameda's greenhouse gas emissions?

If you are not likely to make personal behavior changes, what is the biggest reason why?

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* 7. If you are not likely to make personal behavior changes, what is the biggest reason why?

Should the City use taxpayer dollars to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? (Ex., installing electric vehicle charging stations in public parking lots)

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* 8. Should the City use taxpayer dollars to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? (Ex., installing electric vehicle charging stations in public parking lots)

Should the City use taxpayer dollars to address climate-related threats? (Ex., building levees on low-lying sections of our shoreline to protect against flooding)

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* 9. Should the City use taxpayer dollars to address climate-related threats? (Ex., building levees on low-lying sections of our shoreline to protect against flooding)

Can we notify you about upcoming opportunities to participate and provide input on the City's Climate Plan?

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* 10. Can we notify you about upcoming opportunities to participate and provide input on the City's Climate Plan?

If we can notify you about upcoming opportunities, please enter your email address or preferred method of communication (ex., mailing address).

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* 11. If we can notify you about upcoming opportunities, please enter your email address or preferred method of communication (ex., mailing address).

Anything else you'd like to add?

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* 12. Anything else you'd like to add?

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