Climate Action Matrix

Contra Costa County Climate Action Matrix

as of June 1, 2018

CityCensus PopulationClimate Action Plan UpdateCAP ScoreLast General PlanNext Expected General Plan UpdateClimate/Energy Element in General Plan?City Hall Green Biz CertifiedGreen BusinessesCommunity Choice Energy (CCE)CYES Program (# of Audits)# of EV Charging StationsStyrofoam BanTree City USACalculated Open Space Per CapitaTotal # PACE Programs
Antioch1108982011
20034x (950)10x44
Brentwood60532
2014428x33
Clayton11867
200700393
Concord1287262013
2012x15xx (455)49x84
Danville446312009
2013x3x734
El Cerrito254002013
2014x12x2x53
Hercules25360
2015218x31
Lafayette261032017
2002x4xx (210)9x94
Martinez392592009
2015x11xx (817)18xx113
Moraga174162014
20023xx (69)6x102
Oakley40622
2016; 2015; 2010; 200220182x224
Orinda19470
2015; 1987x3x (29)07
Pinole19293
20103x2172
Pittsburg70679
20012020x4x3xx53
Pleasant Hill34853
2016; 2015; 2013; 2011; 2003201914x (62)1253
Richmond1098132016
2012xx17xx (1459)62xx53
San Pablo305362012
2015; 2011x10x613
San Ramon746392015
20152020x11xx (70)2854
Walnut Creek691222012
20062025x27xx (689)90x453
Contra Costa County11270002015
2014; 2013; 2011; 2001; 2002; 2003;
2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009
2020164x326834
As of June 1, 2018

 

NOTES
IP=In Progress

*1) Generalized Plan: Going to go back to council and really establish the specifics
*2) Guidelines are written into policy but are voluntary

REFERENCES
Green Business Directory
Population Estimates 2013

 

Climate Action Plan Key

nothing Nothing
some-progress Some Progress
GHGComplete GHG complete
SomeProgress Some Progress on Climate Action Plan
CAPComplete Climate Action Plan Completed
plan-incl-sustainability General Plan updated to include Sustainability

ES&S Rep = Energy Solutions and Services Representative
CYES = California Youth Energy Services Program
DI = Direct Install Small Commercial Business Programs
MIT = Municipal Implemenation Team
PW = Public Works
EAP = Energy Action Portion of Climate Action Plan completed by QuEST contract

APPENDIX

A1 – The Spare the Air Employer program consists of employer coordinators informing their workforce of impending Spare the Air days, educating employees on individual actions to improve air quality, and motivating them to take action. http://www.sparetheair.org/Get-Involved/For-Employers.aspx

A2 – Single use plastic bags force us to rely on oil production, pollute habitats, harm wildlife, and remain in landfills where they never fully decompose. Many cities are passing local plastic bag ban ordinances to combat the many problems of plastic bags. http://www.cccclimateleaders.org/issue-of-the-month/plastic-bag-ordinances.html

A3 – The Fossil Fuel Divestment movement seeks to end our dependence on fossil fuels by calling on individuals, campuses, and local governments to stop doing business with companies that invest in fossil fuels. http://gofossilfree.org/what-is-fossil-fuel-divestment/

A4 – Tree City USA is a national program that provides the framework for community forestry management for cities and towns across America. http://www.arborday.org/index.cfm

A5 – The Fig Tree Program is an innovative partnership to receive upfront funding for energy and water efficiencyand to repay through your property taxes http://energycenter.org/policy/property-assessed-clean-energy-pace

A6 – CaliforniaFIRST is an innovative partnership to receive upfront funding for energy and water efficiencyand to repay through your property taxes http://energycenter.org/policy/property-assessed-clean-energy-pace

A7 – HERO is an innovative partnership to receive upfront funding for energy and water efficiencyand to repay through your property taxes
http://energycenter.org/policy/property-assessed-clean-energy-pace