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New Climate Webpages

The City of Ashland Climate and Energy Programs has launched their new climate webpages. The goal of these pages is to share how you can take climate action at home, information about Ashland’s Climate and Energy Action Plan, and resources, like city programs and incentives. The webpages are part of transitioning the entire city website.

The webpage is structured with the Adapt Your Home theme, which focuses on taking climate action at home. 83% of Ashland emissions come from the residential sector. In order for our community to meet our climate goals, every household can take action for their emissions. Adapt Your Home is broken into four pillars; Prepare, Switch, Rethink, and Renew. Each pillar has a variety of action items, ranging from low to no cost, to larger investments. These pillars are meant to provide a menu of options as every household has their own path to taking climate action.

In order to support the new website and continue to engage with the community, Ashland Climate and Energy launched an Adapt Your Home outreach campaign as well as a new Facebook page (@AshlandClimateandEnergy).

Check out the new webpages at www.ashland.or.us/climate

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