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CLIMATE ACTION PLANS FLOW

CLIMATE ACTION PLANS FLOW

The challenges of climate change are highly complex and require communities to rapidly transform. In order to coordinate this effort local, regional, national, and global plans are used to help initiate solutions with world-wide collaboration. Below are the climate action plans starting globally and working their way to you! Click on any of the icons to link to the original released reports. 
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GLOBAL

GOALS

The United Nations is an international organization founded with the purpose of being "One place where the world's nations can gather together, discuss common problems and find shared solutions."
 

In 2015 the assembly came together and established 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) "for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future."

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-Of the 17 SDGs which is most important to you?-
-Which SDGs are important to your community?-

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USA NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY

The energy and environmental agendas of the United States of America are set by the current president and their administration. Currently, the goals of the nation are below. 

  • 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity (CFE) by 2030, at least half of which will be locally supplied clean energy to meet 24/7 demand;

  • 100 percent zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) acquisitions by 2035, including 100 percent zero-emission light-duty vehicle acquisitions by 2027;

  • Net-zero emissions from federal procurement no later than 2050, including a Buy Clean policy to promote use of construction materials with lower embodied emissions;

  • A net-zero emissions building portfolio by 2045, including a 50 percent emissions reduction by 2032; and

  • Net-zero emissions from overall federal operations by 2050, including a 65 percent emissions reduction by 2030.

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When making energy decisions for a whole nation, what do you think leaders think about?

SOUTH FLORIDA STRATEGIES

Regional plans are made from cities coming together to align their resilience goals; adding strength to their asks for federal assistance in 
funding solutions. Any environmental decisions made by one city can easy affect others. The Southeast Florida Regional Compact was important to establish because of how interconnected Florida's water systems are.  

Other plans featured are the Miami-Dade Climate Action Strategy, a county wide approach that focuses on the county's green house gas reduction strategies. The Resilient 305 Strategy is a collaboration between Miami-Dade County, the city of Miami, and Greater Miami Beaches supported by 100 Resilient Cities. Through years of collecting community input the plan highlights 50 action items for the region to become more resilient. 

Next Era Energy owns Florida Power and Light, the company with the most energy infrastructure in the state of Florida.  The company plan displayed here is Next Era Energy's "Real Zero" plan which is their strategy to reach zero carbon energy production.
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REGIONAL
PLANS

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LOCAL 
SOLUTIONS

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