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Energy & Climate Action
Climate Action Plan
The City of Woodland's Climate Action Plan provides community-generated strategies to guide the City, its residents, and local businesses in reducing greenhouse gas emissions consistent with State goals for addressing California's contributions to climate change.
Community Choice Energy
Community Choice Energy enables local governments to procure and develop power on behalf of their public facilities, residents, and businesses with the aim of increasing local choice in energy supply while providing electricity with high renewable energy content at competitive rates.
Reducing the energy demand of your home or business not only saves you money, but also helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles, and Yolobus are examples of energy-efficient transportation.
City Solar Project
Woodland's Solar Project includes six solar arrays which generate 2.3 megawatts of electricity from renewable energy.
Greenhouse Gas Inventory
The City reports annual municipal greenhouse gas emissions to The Climate Registry.
2,400 Trees Campaign
The 2,400 Trees Campaign was a community-wide effort coordinated jointly by the City of Woodland and the Woodland Tree Foundation.
Creating a More Sustainable Future Starts With All of Us
We need your help in reducing Woodland's greenhouse gas emissions to achieve our Climate Action Plan goals consistent with State goals for addressing California's contributions to climate change. The City of Woodland 2035 Climate Action Plan, adopted in May 2017, provides community-generated strategies to guide the City its residents, and local businesses in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The plan promotes energy efficiency, intelligent land use and transportation planning, respect and care for our urban forest and open spaces, and wise stewardship of water, land, and air resources. View the Climate Action Plan to learn more.
Further Energy & Climate Action Information
For news about climate change and information on climate change science, visit the California Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Change website. The California Resources for Sustainability (CARES) website is a database sponsored by the California Strategic Growth Council, the UC Davis Information Center for the Environment, and the Institute for Local Government that provides links to many other local government documents related to sustainability planning.