Introduction to King County Climate Solutions Part 2 of 2 (part 1 is science) King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks. Matt Kuharic Senior Climate Change Specialist http://www.kingcounty.gov/climate firstname.lastname@example.org (206) 296-8738. Draft of 2/7/2011.
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Introduction to King County Climate SolutionsPart 2 of 2 (part 1 is science)King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks
Senior Climate Change Specialist
Draft of 2/7/2011
Climate change is already affecting our community and will have increasing impacts in the coming years. This website reflects my strong commitment to making county actions, investments, and performance more transparent and accessible to the public…
Dow Constantine, King County Executive
See the Executive’s Complete Message:
King County Comprehensive Plan
King County Strategic Plan
Numerous specific efforts and policies on:
Overview of King County Climate Change Policy:
New Revenue Sources
The Climate Imperative
Equity and Social Justice
Puget Sound Protection
Reducing Energy Costs
See www.kingcounty.gov/climate for the latest
OUTREACH AND EDUCATION
WASTE TO RESOURCES AND ENERGY
ENERGY AND RESOURCE EFFICIENCY
Shoreline Transfer Station
Cedar Hills Regional Landfill Renewable Energy
Cedar Hills Regional Landfill Renewable Energy Facility
Flood Planning and Control
KingStat Climate Performance Measures:
DRAFT DATA – NOT TO SCALE
for illustrative purposes
1) Bus, Bike or Walk instead of driving.
2) Be energy efficient.
3) Become an ecoconsumer.
4) Seek zero waste of resources
- reduce, reuse, recycle, compost.
5) Learn more and stay connected.