Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP)

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[Update: September 8, 2021: Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) Survey!]

Introduction

In April 2019, the City of Moncton joined cities around the world in declaring a climate emergency. Key components of Moncton's Climate Emergency Declaration include committing to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as well as understanding and identifying the resources necessary to achieve this goal.

The City of Moncton’s Climate Action Report outlined that the City must make it a priority to complete a strategic Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) that will guide Moncton's energy future and ensure that its GHG emissions are sufficiently reduced.

How you can participate

You're invited to fill out a survey. This survey will help the City understand your priorities and needs, and develop a CEEP that can be implemented successfully across the community.

There are five sectors that need to make “Big Moves” when it comes to emissions reduction: transportation, renewable energy generation, buildings, land use, and waste. This survey contains 25 questions, divided among these sectors.



[Update: September 8, 2021: Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) Survey!]

Introduction

In April 2019, the City of Moncton joined cities around the world in declaring a climate emergency. Key components of Moncton's Climate Emergency Declaration include committing to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as well as understanding and identifying the resources necessary to achieve this goal.

The City of Moncton’s Climate Action Report outlined that the City must make it a priority to complete a strategic Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) that will guide Moncton's energy future and ensure that its GHG emissions are sufficiently reduced.

How you can participate

You're invited to fill out a survey. This survey will help the City understand your priorities and needs, and develop a CEEP that can be implemented successfully across the community.

There are five sectors that need to make “Big Moves” when it comes to emissions reduction: transportation, renewable energy generation, buildings, land use, and waste. This survey contains 25 questions, divided among these sectors.


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