Thirty municipalities, including Ossining and Peekskill, took part in a survey comparing how towns, cities and counties in the New York Metropolitan Region are planning for climate change and carbon reduction. The results and a study were released today by the Regional Plan Association and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA
Thirty municipalities participated in the survey, which asked whether a series of fifteen climate action programs, including monitoring greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste, supporting alternative energy use, managing water and implementing transit-oriented development, were either in place or in planning stages. The survey looked at the climate programs along with population, median household income and size of the local government’s budget.
The report is here.