Anchorage climate change action plan: Aspirational, evangelical

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The Anchorage Assembly is preparing to vote on the Climate Change Action Plan on May 21. It’s a polished and yet rangy guideline to reducing the municipal government’s carbon footprint in the decades ahead.

Climate is changing, and both the science and near-religion of climate change has captivated city leaders with a sense of urgency to “do something about it.”

Already the city has converted more than 12,000 streetlights to LED lights, and says it is saving more than $780,000 a year, as LED lights use less energy

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