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The Cape Cod Commission is collaborating with stakeholders to identify strategies and develop an action plan to address the critical challenges posed by climate change. 

Working with the Consensus Building Institute, the Commission developed a stakeholder process that ensures balanced representation of all interests. Stakeholders are contributing to problem definition, climate adaptation and mitigation actions, implementation strategies, and approaches to communication and education.

Four working groups have been established to provide feedback in the topic areas of transportation, housing and development, natural resources and working lands, and energy.

Four subregional municipal meetings were held to better understand local goals, capacity, and needs relative to climate action.



Stakeholder Working Groups

 

  • Transportation
  • Energy
  • Housing & Development
  • Natural Resources
  • Municipal

Transportation Working Group 

MEETING 1: October 19, 2020

MEETING 2: November 18, 2020

MEETING 3: December 18, 2020

 

Energy Working Group 

MEETING 1: October 22, 2020

MEETING 2: November 18, 2020

MEETING 3: December 16, 2020

Housing & Development Working Group 

MEETING 1: October 22, 2020

MEETING 2: November 19, 2020

MEETING 3: December 16, 2020

 

 

 

 

Natural Resources & Working Lands Working Group

MEETING 1: October 19, 2020

MEETING 2: November 17, 2020

MEETING 3: December 15, 2020

 

 

Project Resources

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58M pdf
Apr 09, 2021
Cape Cod Climate Action Plan_Draft for Review 040921
On December 30, 2020, the state issued its latest update to the Clean Energy and Climate Plan, wherein the state identified targets for GHG emissions …
372K pdf
Dec 15, 2020
Legal and Jurisdictional Analysis-Select Climate Change Related Laws
1 In some instances, the local examples discussed are actions by cities for which the relevant legal authority or consistency with state laws has not …
5M pdf
Feb 02, 2021
Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Cape Cod - Technical Report
Introduction42 Results79 Figure 36. Cost of owning a light-duty EV and ICEV purchased in 2050 by the number of years the vehicle is ownedvii
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