The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) has prepared a list of plans and initiatives adopted by California Jurisdictions to address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These plans typically involve setting GHG emission reduction goals and adopting implementation measures to achieve those goals. This information is from OPR’s 2014 Annual Planning Survey.
The City of Emeryville has approved a Climate Action Plan and goal for reducing its emissions to protect the climate. By 2020, the city plans on reducing emissions from the whole community and the government operations by 25 percent over 2004 levels. The city’s website include links to the adopting resolution, staff report and baseline emissions inventory.
The City of Martinez Climate Action Plan presents goals, principles, and strategies for reducing the city’s greenhouse gas emissions, conserving energy and natural resources,and preparing the community for the expected effects of global warming.
Within this site you will find convenient access to information, services and programs that support the City’s commitment to become a sustainable and green community including annual “Green City Action Plans”.
Riverside’s Green Action Plan reflects the city’s designation as an Emerald City, a state pilot program to help municipal governments become greener through “hands-on” technical and financial assistance.
Initially adopted in 1994 and revised in 2006, Santa Monica’s Sustainable City Plan was created to enhance resources, prevent harm to the natural environment and human health, and benefit the social and economic well-being of the community.