Air Quality-Energy and Climate
Energy and Climate Team
The Missoula Energy and Climate Team is comprised of volunteers appointed by the City Council. Team members are chosen from various sectors of the community including an industrial, institutional, government, commercial, construction, transportation and a conservation community member.
The objective of the Energy and Climate Team is to aid in the community-wide education and communication of energy efficiency opportunities and renewable energy measures that minimize greenhouse gas generation. The team provides recommendations to the City Council on what the city government and the community can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Projects that the team has completed include recycling bins in the downtown and a Renewable Energy Certificate campaign called Green Power Missoula. Listed below are links to the Missoula Greenhouse Gas Energy Conservation Plan that was adopted by the city in 2004 and a partial list of projects accomplished by the team.
Missoula Greenhouse Gas Energy Conservation Plan - Adopted May 2004 and amended September 2009.
Partial list of ongoing and completed team projects
- Beverage Recycling Bins Downtown and at City Pools
- Green Power Missoula - Renewable Energy Certificates (Inactive)
- Develop Renewable Energy Credit Program Resolution - February, 2009
- New Municipal Building Energy Resolution - July 2, 2007
- Missoula City Forestry Practice Resolution - September, 2009
Municipal and University Energy Resolutions and Projects
- Reduce Municipal Fuel and Energy Consumption Resolution - October 5, 2009
- Missoula City Green Blocks Project
- Greening The University of Montana
Team Positional Papers and Informational Handouts
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