Municipal Conservation & Climate Action Plan

The Plan

Shortly after the City’s 2009 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory, former Mayor John Engen moved from research to action and convened the Conservation & Climate Action Plan Task Force. The volunteer Task Force, a group of citizen experts made up of small business owners, City staff, conservation professionals, and University of Montana representatives, were charged with creating emissions reduction goals for municipal operations, and a path to achieve those goals while maintaining and improving the City’s high level of service to citizens. The City of Missoula’s municipal Conservation & Climate Action Plan (CCAP) is the culmination of a long history of energy conservation and climate action and serves as the road map to maintain progress in the City’s commitment to reducing energy and fuel consumption, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, practicing fiscal responsibility, and being good stewards of natural resources, environment, economy, quality of life and community.

Emissions Reduction Targets
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