- News | 09/24/2014
Heeding the Governor's call to cut back on water use, in June the city of Pleasanton replaced the lawn around its administration buildings with new landscaping designed to reduce water consumption by as much as 93 percent.Read More
These guidelines and tips supplement the Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Model Policy. Topics covered include implementation strategies by product category and best practices for program evaluation.
The StopWaste Sustainable Procurement Policy Template is designed to establish your agency’s core expectations around how your agency’s purchases will support your agency’s environmental, social, and economic values. It is intended to provide overall authority and direction for action, and type of action, via the “Core Strategies”, while leaving specific “how” details to supporting resources – the Sustainable Purchasing Guides.Read More
ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, has collaborated with StopWaste.Org to develop Sustainability Inventories for five jurisdictions in Alameda County. The Sustainability Inventory provides a jurisdiction with an initial (baseline) “picture” of each community’s environmental, social, and economic conditions and resources. The cities of Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Oakland, and San Leandro have completed inventories. The Case Studies presented here provide some examples of actions municipalities around the country are taking to implement sustainability plans and policies.
This report includes a menu of activities for cities to adopt to achieve greenhouse gas savings.
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- Download Template - Climate Action Plan (1.21 MB)
- Download Appendix B: List of Proposed Measures (72.69 KB)
- Download Appendix C: ABAG's Smart Growth Checklist (136.6 KB)
- Download Appendix D: Assumptions & Calculations (154.01 KB)
- Download Appendix E: Summary of StopWaste.org Program Analysis (13.59 KB)
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