Hartford’s Climate Targets

In Hartford, we’ve seen increasingly severe weather, and even, people migrating from different places to escape the devastation of hurricanes. Acknowledging the very real effects of climate change, the City of Hartford’s Energy Improvement District Board  updated its Comprehensive Plan with recommendations from the Governor’s Council on Climate Change’s 2018 report, which aims for GHG reductions 45 percent below 2001 levels by 2030 throughout Hartford. Continue reading “Hartford’s Climate Targets”

Eco Expo and Energy Challenge coming your way!

The City of Hartford’s Office of Sustainability is supporting residents and local business owners by hosting an Eco Expo and energy workshops to all property owners in Hartford with the goal of making healthier, safer, more sustainable buildings and neighborhoods. For more information on the expo, please visit the event page at: www.hartfordclimate.org/eco-expo-and-energy-challenge

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Hartford goes toe-to-toe with cities nationwide!

While hearing about Hartford’s recent environmental initiatives, you might have wondered how it compares to cities nationwide. Are other cities developing and implementing similar plans? How are other communities approaching climate action, resilience, and clean energy? According to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) newly released 2019 city scorecard, Hartford stands out due to its significant progress in its pursuit of clean energy.

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