P.G. To Report It’s Greenhouse Gases

Twenty-one cities were announced yesterday, with at least nine others expected to take part in the pilot project. Each city will assemble comparable carbon emission data within their jurisdiction’s operations–for instance, fire department, ambulance and police services, municipal buildings, waste transport and other services the cities provide or activities over which they exercise budgetary control.

Like the businesses who have joined the CDP program, the cities involved will be able to learn from peers about dealing with the risks and opportunities climate change presents.

The other cities participating include: Albany, NY; Albuquerque, NM; Anchorage, AK; Arlington, VA; Burlington, VT; Dubuque, IA; Edina, MN; Fairfield, IA; Haverford, PA; Las Vegas, NV; New Orleans, LA; North Little Rock, AR; Pacific Grove, CA; Park City, UT; Rohnert Park, CA; Saint Paul, MN; Washougal, WA; and West Palm Beach, FL.

How much greenhouse gas is emitted by Sustainable P.G.’s The Brown Green Spot barbecue pits and tiki torches? Them’s hydrocarbons brah!

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P.G. To Report It’s Greenhouse Gases

2 thoughts on “P.G. To Report It’s Greenhouse Gases

  1. BBQ’s during the Farmer’s Market give off a lot of smoke. Also, some of them are using styrofoam containers, which are not allowed. Tsk

  2. You have to be kidding me. The little town that has no money has found the resources to take part in a global-warming study?
    What a joke! They can’t even keep the potholes filled and they think they are going to “save the planet”.

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