Resilient Springfield

In 2017, the City of Springfield, with funding from the US Department of Housing & Urban Development and in partnership with Pioneer Valley Regional Planning Commission and many others, set out to develop “Strong, Healthy and Just: Springfield’s Climate Action and Resilience Plan” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050 and to enhance the overall resilience of Springfield.

 

A Resilient Springfield provides all of its community members with a thriving economy, a healthy and safe environment, and access to education and training opportunities. A Resilient Springfield is prepared for the impacts associated with the changing climate and changing economic conditions.