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The #Carbon-Free City Handbook


 
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Posted 14 November 2017 - 06:44 AM

The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), has published
. . . The Carbon-Free City Handbook, provides
. . . 22 recommendations spread out across 5 sections:
. . . . . . Buildings,
. . . . . . Transportation and Mobility,
. . . . . . Electricity,
. . . . . . Industry, and
. . . . . . Biological Resources.
They include everything from:
. . . . . . retrofitting city buildings,
. . . . . . fleet electrification,
. . . . . . smart LED streetlights,
. . . . . . efficient motors, and
. . . . . . organic waste diversion.

With more than
. . . 7,000 cities from all around the world committed to addressing climate change, and nearly
. . . 600 cities — representing
. . . 444 million people — making commitments to the Compact of Mayors,
. . . the Handbook will be an invaluable tool, for:
. . . . . . cities already on the low-carbon path,
. . . . . . those just beginning, and
. . . . . . those looking to understand the impacts, and possibilities.

11-14-2017 Source:  The #Carbon-Free City Handbook

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