The City wants to know your thoughts on climate action
Updated: Oct 14
Greetings neighbors! The City of Bellingham has asked KMNA to share the following survey with all of you. The following is their message to you.
Climate Action Survey
The City of Bellingham is seeking feedback from community members that will help determine next steps as we implement the City's Climate Action Plan. Our goal is to develop a step-by-step plan to address the effects of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Bellingham. It will outline specific approaches to:
Reduce emissions in homes and buildings
Increase the use of electric vehicles
Create and buy renewable energy
Total greenhouse gas emissions have leveled off since the City started recording emissions in 2000. As emissions plateau, current and future targets are becoming more challenging to reach. The Climate Action Plan will focus our community’s efforts so we can make progress toward our ambitious goals to reduce emissions.
You can take the survey here: Climate Action Survey | Engage Bellingham English and Spanish surveys are available.
Why should you respond to this survey?
We need your help to determine Bellingham’s readiness to take action in key project areas! We want to learn the community’s hopes and concerns about taking action on climate change - particularly the economic, social, and environmental costs and benefits.
Your responses will help us understand our community’s priorities and needs and help develop solutions that we can implement successfully.
Mayor’s Office of Climate
City of Bellingham