The City of Concord proposes to adopt a Climate Action Plan (CAP) to identify measures and actions intended to reduce GHG emissions consistent with State and regional guidance. A Climate Action Plan is a document that includes policies, measures, and strategies to improve the health, safety, mobility, and livability of the greater community. The objectives of a CAP are to reduce GHGE, streamline CEQA review by serving as a "qualified GHG reduction plan," and prioritize measures to comply with CA environmental and land use planning laws. The CAP provides goals and associated measures, also referred to as GHG reduction strategies in the sectors of building performance, transportation systems and land use, adaptation, and participation.
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