No single city will stop or reverse climate change, but all efforts help, right? The City of Ashland answers the question in the affirmative with a year-long process to create a Climate and Energy Action Plan.
The city--with a lot of help from residents, it is hoped--will take stock of how it currently contributes greenhouse gases to the environment, and seek ways to reduce and mitigate.
The first open house is set for Tuesday (May 24), with a few more to follow.
City councilor Rich Rosenthal and C&EAP ad hoc committee member Roxane Beigel-Coryell join us.