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.

Recent Updates for Springfield
Mayor Sarno Joins Mayors Across the Country in Commitment to Uphold the Paris Climate Agreement

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno is joining mayors across the country in upholding the Paris Climate Accord and denouncing President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the agreement.

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City of Springfield Releases its Climate Action Resilience Plan

Recently the City of Springfield released its Climate Action Resilience Plan for to reduce the city’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050 and to make the city more resilient.

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