Sustainable Santa Fe Plan

 

SUstainable Santa Fe Plan

The Santa Fe City Council Adopted the Sustainable Santa Fe Plan on October 29, 2008.  The plan addresses both how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and how to make the community more resilient in the face of climate change.  The plan is based on the three principles of:

  1.  Environmental Stewardship

  2.  Economic Health

  3.  Social Justice

All three are quintessential to sustainability as it is defined by the City of Santa Fe.

The Annual Progress Report for 2010 provides information on how the progress towards completing action items included in the plan.

The plan addresses:

  • City Operations
  • Green Building Code
  • Development and  Zoning Code
  • Clean Renewable Energy
  • Transportation
  • Ecological Adaptation
  • Water Conservation
  • Solid Waste Reduction
  • Food Systems
  • Education and Outreach

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