Draft climate plan released
on April 22, 2010
Appropriately enough for Earth Day, Oakland’s Public Works Agency has posted the draft version of the Energy and Climate Action Plan. You can download a PDF of the plan on the Sustainable Oakland website. On May 6, the agency will hold two community workshops to solicit community input. But why wait until then? Let us know in comments what you think are the most interesting proposals in the plan. And be sure to check out Oakland North’s previous coverage here, here and here.
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