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Tag: Climate

Action 5

Expand the role and authority for DPH in the initial permitting process, and the ongoing enforcement of regulations for industrial facilities.

Action 6

Implement recommendations from Metro's Countywide Strategic Truck Arterial Network (CSTAN) on County-maintained roadways, prioritizing those that minimize emissions exposure for vulnerable populations.

Action 7

Utilize refinery fenceline and community air monitoring data to improve emissions regulations, and expand enforcement resources for these regulations.

Action 16

Study and implement best practices to maximize program enrollment and benefits in low-income rate assistance, energy efficiency and conservation, and clean energy rebate and incentive programs, including proactive strategies to include:
1. Renters;
2. People with disabilities;
3. Undocumented immigrants;
4. People with limited English proficiency, and;
5. Other communities traditionally left out of those programs.

Action 22

Train the county’s town councils, neighborhood associations, and other community organizations to become certified emergency response teams (CERTs).

Action 26A

Conduct a Countywide climate vulnerability assessment that addresses social infrastructure vulnerability and use it to guide priorities for investments in public health preparedness, emergency preparedness and response planning, and community resiliency.

Action 26B

Conduct a Countywide climate vulnerability assessment that addresses physical infrastructure vulnerability and use it to guide priorities for investments in building upgrades, infrastructure improvements, and zoning and code changes.

Action 27

Develop a comprehensive urban heat island mitigation strategy and implementation plan that addresses cool pavements and roofs, pavement reduction, and urban greening.

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