Sep. 24, 2014 (San Diego) The City Council passed a resolution to push the mayor to adopt the climate change plan for the city of San Diego. This plan remains in a draft and has yet to be fully acted upon by the city.
The draft was explored by Reporting San Diego back in August.
The plan intends to meet legal requirements as established by the State of California, AB-32. This resolution was also pulled from the docket back on Aug. 6.
Now that this has gone through, the plan is expected to be back on the city agenda in the spring.
Categories: Climate Change