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St. John’s Approves Climate Plan



St. John's City Council has approved the "Resilient St. John’s Climate Plan".


The plan estimates that there will be a $1.78B economic net benefit for the city.


The plan includes two main components including a path to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, including the financial approach to ensure the path to a net-zero future is feasible and addresses long-term trends in household energy costs and energy security.


The plan will provide a 30-year strategy, with a 5-year action plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reinforce efforts to stabilize long-term household energy costs.


The plan is focusing on physical, economic, and ecological changes that are already underway from climate change.



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