Planning for Climate Change in Clackamas County
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners set a target for the county to be carbon neutral by 2050. Reaching this target will mean that the county as a whole would no longer contribute to the build-up of carbon in the atmosphere. To reach this goal, the County is developing its first-ever Climate Action Plan. The plan focuses on actions the County can take, and also explores how the County can support residents and businesses to contribute to reaching the target.
Widespread participation by county residents, businesses and organizations will be critical to the success of this project.
We are asking for your feedback on the initial climate actions that were developed by our Community Advisory Task Force and Youth Advisory Task Force after reviewing models that showed future emissions if no additional action is taken to reduce emissions. (The climate actions are activities that will get us to our overall long term goal.)
The results of this survey will help us understand your priorities and needs so we can develop a Climate Action Plan that can be implemented successfully in our community.
This survey is in four sections: I) Overview, II) Climate Actions, III) Demographic Information and IV) Conclusion. The biggest section, Climate Actions, is broken up into five segments to give you the chance to respond to questions in any or all of them.