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Anaheim Green Building Program
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

To help you get the most out of building green in our city, Anaheim Public Utilities has created a Green Building Program. This innovative program offers you numerous ways to certify your next project as green, and qualify for significant rebates and savings that will increase your return on investment. In addition to giving you easy access to these money-saving programs, we’re here to assist and support you every step of the way. That includes helping you navigate the green ratings in your...

Anaheim Green Connection Program
  • Finance
  • Tool
  • Training

In 2006, the City Council adopted aResolution that sets out aseries of goals for the City, grounded in the principles of environmental soundness and sustainable development. Anaheim Public Utilities is exploring a variety of different ways to meet these green goals.

Anaheim's Downtown Improvements
  • Case Study

In 2003 in order to assist in the redevelopment of Downtown Anaheim, MIG, an engagement/design/planning firm based in Berkeley, prepared construction documents and conceptual plans for many of their projects, such as a memorial interactive fountain at the intersection of Center Street Promenade and Lemon Street, parkway and median landscape improvements at the major east/west and north/south axes, and Holiday Tree Plaza and Disney Travel site improvements. Many of these decisions were made...

Angels Camp 2020 Final Environmental Impact Report
  • Report

Together with the Draft Environmental Impact (DEIR) released in August, 2008, this Response to Comments document constitutes the Final Environmental Impact Report (Final EIR) for the Angels Camp 2020 General Plan.

ANR Industries: Urban Infill Development
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  • Training

ANR Industries, Inc. is an experienced builder and developer specializing in providing innovative, quality redevelopment and new construction services throughout Southern California. ANR Industries has been committed to building and revitalizing neighborhoods for more than 15 years. Working in partnership with many notable community development agencies, cities, non-profit organizations, financial institutions and investors, our mission to reinvigorate neighborhoods has resulted in thousands...

Antioch Lighting Retrofit Project
  • Finance
  • Guide

The City of Antioch is implementing a city-wide $4.65 million lighting retrofit project that is expected to reduce energy costs by $500,000 annually.

Anza-Borrego Foundation
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Anza-Borrego Foundation is the nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and its resources through protection, appreciation and enjoyment, and financial support.

Apple Valley Baseline GHG Inventory
  • Guide
  • Report

This inventory for the Town of Apple Valley was prepared using the year 2005 as the baseline and with a greenhouse gas emissions reduction target of 15% below 2005 levels by 2020.

Apple Valley Climate Action Plan
  • Guide
  • Plan
  • Report

This Climate Action Plan includes general information about greenhouse gases and climate change, assumptions and data used to determine the 2005 inventory and baseline, the 2020 forecast under business as usual conditions, and the proposed reduction measures that will enable the town to achieve the targeted reduction level, thereby doing its part to limit greenhouse gas emissions statewide that contribute to climate change.

Apple Valley Vision 2020 Strategic Plan
  • Guide
  • Plan

The vision for this plan is to provide a better way of life through local control of public safety, development, services and amenities; enhancing our residents' lives and providing for our community's future. Partnerships with neighboring communities, members of the business community and the education community will be vital to the implementation of this plan.

Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP)
  • Guide
  • Tool

The Appliance Standards Awareness Project is dedicated to increasing awareness of, and support for, appliance and equipment efficiency standards at the federal and state levels. The Alliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP) is a collaborative program between the Alliance, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy and the Natural Resources Defense Council. ASAP is dedicated to increasing awareness of, and support for, appliance and equipment efficiency standards at the federal...

Aquarium of the Bay
  • Tool
  • Training

Aquarium of the Bay is San Francisco Bay’s Aquarium. We are passionate about providing fun and unforgettable encounters with our natural world in ways that ignite both wonder and conservation. We do this from our 50,000 square foot building at the heart of San Francisco's history and culture. We are nestled in the shadow of Coit Tower and Telegraph Hill on Fisherman’s Wharf at PIER 39, along the City’s “Walkable Waterfront.” We also own a research vessel and partner with several boat fleets...

Arbor Day in Burlingame
  • Case Study

Arbor Day is celebrated on March 7th each year in the City of Burlingame. Burlingame takes great pride in the variety and quality of its urban forest. Burlingame has been awarded Tree City USA status by the National Arbor Day Foundation each year since 1980. Tree Cities must have an active tree maintenance and replacement program. They must also have an active local board which specifically deals with arboricultural issues. The Burlingame Beautification Commission serves as that board.

Arcadia Commercial Recycling Program and Ordinance
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Arcadia requires its four franchised haulers to ensure that both business and residential customers recycle 50 percent of solid waste generated.

Arcata Community Forest
  • Tool

The Arcata Community Forest, established in 1955, is comprised of 2,134 acres (863 ha) of second growth redwood forest in Humboldt County, California. Community Forests are relatively rare in the western United States but recently there has been an increasing interest and effort to establish community forests. Timber harvest revenue funds forest operations, habitat restoration and management of the forest for recreational uses. A combination of working forest areas, special management areas...

Arcata Community GHG Reduction Plan
  • Plan

Arcata has joined an international effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and has committed to decrease locally generated greenhouse gas emissions by 20% below year 2000 levels by the year 2010. To meet this goal, the City has developed a Community Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan. The plan focuses on six action areas: energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainable transportation, waste and consumption reduction, carbon sequestration and other methods, and cross-cutting approaches.

Arcata Contract for Marketing Carbon Emissions Reduction
  • Finance
  • Tool

In October 2009 the Arcata city council approved an agreement with Pacific Gas & Electric to sell verified emissions reductions. PG&E purchased these offsets on behalf of more than 30,000 ClimateSmart(TM) customers. The investment will help fight climate change by yielding 40,000 metric tons of verifiable greenhouse gas emission reductions from forest carbon sequestration.

Arcata Energy Committee
  • Tool

The Energy Committee was established in 2000 by the adoption of Ordinance No. 1305, which was amended in 2005 by Ordinance No. 1352. The Committee's primary function is to make recommendations and provide information to the City Council and Commissions regarding energy efficiency, energy conservation and conversion to greener energy sources. The Energy Committee's powers and duties are outlined in Arcata Municipal Code Sections 2260 to 2263.

Arcata Energy Program
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  • Training

One of the main tasks of the Energy Program is to assist with the implementation of the goals and strategies outlined in the Community Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan. The Energy Program promotes energy efficiency and conservation, renewable energy, water-use efficiency, and sustainability through outreach and education and through the implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects around the community. The Energy Program also serves as an informational resource for...

Arcata GHG Inventory
  • Guide
  • Report
  • Tool

This Inventory is a 'progress check,' monitoring the City's progress towards emissions reductions goals. This Inventory can serve to show where the City and Community have made progress with emissions reductions, and where there still may be significant work or challenges to emissions reductions.

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