Achieve a carbon neutral city by 2030
Ensure that benefits are shared among all local communities to reduce historical inequities
Reduce emissions from city vehicles by 50% from the 2001 levels by 2025
Power city government with 100% renewable electricity by 2025
Justice50 adapts the federal Justice40 program to ensure that all people will share the benefits of the IGND.
Democratic engagement is the practice of engaged citizenship through democratic mechanisms and principles.
The IGND will address job needs created by the transition to new energy sources.
Local and international collaboration will help develop and amplify the IGND.
Grid decarbonization is the process of reducing or eliminating the carbon emitted by the grid.
Climate Action Planning provides a science-based strategy to reduce emissions and address climate change.
The IGND will reduce emissions from buildings and infrastructure by encouraging retrofitting and electrification.
The IGND will reduce emissions from transportation, which is the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.
The IGND aims to reduce emissions at both ends of the waste stream.
The City is exploring biochar and green hydrogen as part of its decarbonization strategy.