Green Cincinnati Plan
The Green Cincinnati Plan is a roadmap to build “a more sustainable, equitable, resilient future” for the City of Cincinnati, Ohio. The plan outlines 80 climate mitigation strategies to reduce carbon emissions in Cincinnati 80% by 2050. It also establishes broader goals and recommendations focused on climate change resilience, growing the city’s green economy, and improving conditions for frontline communities.
Strategies are outlined in the categories of Built Environment, Education and Outreach, Energy, Food, Natural Systems, Resilience, Transportation Systems, and Waste. All of the strategies in the report include a description of why the approach is important to Cincinnati, examples or case studies in peer cities, feasibility, cost estimates, target audience, timeline for implementation, greenhouse gas impact, and “Keys to Equity.”
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