Flagstaff's Climate Action & Adaptation Plan

The Flagstaff Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (PDF) is a road map for how Flagstaff will prepare for and respond to climate change.

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Review the entire Plan (PDF), or specific sections:

Based upon CDC recommendations, April's Coffee and Climate gathering will not be taking place in person. Keep an eye on Flagstaff Sustainability Program social media for updates on alternative opportunities for conversation.

Join Us for Coffee

Coffee and Climate is held on the second Friday of each month to discuss climate change in Flagstaff, Climate Plan updates, and pressing climate news. Drop by for an informal conversation with Sustainability Program staff and stay for just a few minutes, or the entire hour!

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  1. What is a Climate Plan?
  2. Why a Climate Plan?
  3. How did we get here?

Climate Plans are comprehensive road maps that outline the specific activities that a community will take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change.

The Flagstaff Climate Action and Adaptation Plan will create a strategy for coordinating climate preparedness and emissions reductions activities. The Plan will take into account the projected climate changes in Northern Arizona, Flagstaff's greenhouse gas emissions, community vulnerabilities, and the priorities, ideas and concerns of Flagstaff residents. The Plan will recommend the actions that achieve the greatest emission reductions or improve community resiliency.

We aim to build a plan that will rally the community around strong climate actions that have multiple community benefits. Learn more about climate change in Arizona, or explore other cities' climate action plans.

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