Matt chats with Tyler, the city’s Sustainability Program Manager, about SLC’s’s efforts to push effective climate change policies. First, they talk about the greenhouse gas inventory the city did, which found that the biggest part of the carbon footprint of the average city resident comes from buying power from Rocky Mountain Power. Tyler also describes the historic agreement the city recently reached with the utility to acquire more renewable energy, among other climate change initiatives. For more information, visit SLCgreen’s climate change page and follow them on Facebook.
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