Take Two: Current version of the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan headed for Council vote on October 17, 2019. It’s been roundly panned for stripping most of its earlier implementation schedule, but maintains strong targets for eliminating climate pollution. See a few fast takes at bottom.


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Climate Action SA was strongly critical of the January version of the CAAP and called for improvements, including resource-specific carbon reductions (“no coal by 2025”).

The August version didn’t win any friends (or put a deadline on coal burning), but it quieted down monied business opponents (which was apparently the point). It also added an interim reduction target for 2030 to the final goal of zero climate pollution by 2050.

Climate Action SA is still advocating critical edits to the CAAP to get our City off coal and bring CPS Energy to account. Read our recommendation about CPS sent to Mayor Ron Nirenberg (PDF).

Climate Action SA supports the CAAP’s Equity Committee members who are struggling for improvements to the plan’s equity and implementation language.

Public comments are still being accepted by the San Antonio Office of Sustainability. Submit yours here.

Read the CAAP’s earlier version here (PDF).

It's simple. San Antonio needs climate action because we love our families, each other, and our city.