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Durham’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan: Progress & Challenges

The Durham Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan is a report done in 2007 on levels and types of greenhouse gas emissions, and how Durham could adopt policies to reduce its emissions. Led by Tobin Fried of the Durham Sustainability Office, we’ll be learning about progress to date, and areas where community groups can plug in to help the city get greener on carbon. Part of a new series of events on energy by Transition Durham.

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