MUNICIPALITY OF THE DISTRICT OF LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA – The Municipality of the District of Lunenburg needs help from residents to build our Local Climate Change Action Plan. This 10-year plan is being built around a central vision that MODL will be a low carbon community, with the long-term goal of becoming sustainable, climate-resilient, and net-zero community. The plan will outline a set of strategies, actions, and targets to guide the municipality and the community, to work together to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as well as increase our resilience to climate change.
A survey is available at https://engage.modl.ca/local-climate-change-action-plan.
“The survey will help us understand public awareness about the climate change impacts on MODL, identify public support for the proposed draft actions, and solicit new ideas for actions to reduce the community emissions and build a sustainable and climate-resilient community,” says Mayor Carolyn Bolivar-Getson. “It’s also an opportunity for environmentally-minded residents to put their name forward to be part of a number of projects within the Action Plan.”
MODL is also holding Community Climate Conversations throughout MODL between now and February 28, 2022. To learn more about the Local Climate Change Action Plan, find a Community Climate Conversation event details, or to complete the survey, please visit: https://engage.modl.ca/local-climate-change-action-plan
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