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  1. Conservation and Climate Action Plan

  2. Outline • History and background • The Conservation & Climate Action Plan • Plan to succeed • Steps to adoption

  3. Missoula Milestones • 1996 – U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Climate Protection Agreement Signed • 1996 – Cities for Climate Protection Campaign • 2004 – Missoula Greenhouse Gas – Energy Efficiency Plan • 2004 – Greenhouse Gas and Energy Conservation Team Established • 2007 – City Council Resolution #7241 – Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas reduction policy for municipal building • 2007 – Mayor’s Advisory Group on Climate Change & Sustainability Established • 2008 – City Council Resolution #7375 – Fuel and energy reduction policy • 2008 – First City “Green Team” forms with staff from 18 departments • 2009 – Mayor’s Memorandum on new employee Green Policy • 2009 – Missoula Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory & Analysis • 2009 – Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)

  4. Creating a Task Force

  5. Why are we doing this? Why is it important?

  6. The Conservation &Climate Action Plan • Scope • Municipal Operations • Mitigation • Objectives • Document current activities • Identify potential reduction strategies • Evaluate feasibility of the strategies • Establish a reduction target and date • Establish a monitoring and reporting system • Foundation for Community

  7. The Bottom Line – Where do we want to go? Emissions Reduction Targets

  8. Working Groups

  9. Strategy Brainstorm

  10. Strategies

  11. Fleet and Facilities

  12. Internal Policies and Practices

  13. Renewable Energy and Offsets

  14. Adding it up... Identified strategies Future strategies + Offsets *Some strategies not yet quantified

  15. Plan to Succeed

  16. Implementation Timeline - Suites

  17. Stepsto Adoption • 12/13/2012 – Conservation & Climate Action Plan Task Force • 12/13/2012 - Greenhouse Gas & Energy Conservation Team • 1/10/2012 - Mayor’s Advisory Group on Climate Change and Sustainability • Referral to Conservation Committee • Mayor’s Office • Tentative date 1/16 • Recommended Motion – Set a Public Hearing for 1/28

  18. Thank you. “This is a good thing, a long time in the making, that will have consequences for many years to come. With this plan, we further commit to doing the right thing” -John Engen Mayor