At its December 5th meeting (item 6C), the City Council approved selection of Raimi and Associates to lead a midcycle update of CARP for 2025 - 2030.
Through adoption of its award-winning Climate Action and Resiliency Plan in 2019, Alameda has set an ambitious goal of reducing emissions by 50% below 2005 levels by 2030 and becoming carbon neutral as soon as possible. The CARP charts a course to achieve this goal through equitable improvements to transportation, buildings, energy use, and waste management. As a low-lying island city threatened by rising seas and increasing extreme heat and smoke days, we need to act boldly to keep Alameda safe for current and future generations. If we are successful, we will reduce Alameda's greenhouse gas emissions, increase quality of life on the island, and build a resilient, thriving city.
Realizing our vision will take all of us working together. Find ways you can take action by clicking on the “Take Action!” tab below. To track our progress, explore the CARP dashboard. The dashboard offers a deeper dive on key areas such as transportation, energy use and climate adaptation. You can download a PDF copy of the CARP by clicking the image to the right, and can explore many plans and documents related to climate action and resiliency by opening the "Related Plans and Projects" tab below. Additional resources and fact sheets in multiple languages are available under the “Details” tab.