Climate Action Plan

Climate Action Plan

CASA was formed in 2008 to help the City implement its original Local Action Plan for Climate Protection. The City’s original goal was to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25% below 2005 levels by 2020. Based on the most recent greenhouse gas emissions inventory, the...
Clean Energy

Clean Energy

Alameda has its own community-owed municipal utility, Alameda Municipal Power (AMP). AMP is managed by an independent Public Utilities Board which guides AMP’s policies. AMP’s electricity sources are very green and AMP is on-track to achieve its goal of 100%...
Alameda Green Schools Challenge

Alameda Green Schools Challenge

Alameda Green Schools Challenge is a joint project of CASA and the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD). It was created in 2009 to support the implementation of comprehensive recycling and composting programs at public and private schools in Alameda.     A...
Zero Waste

Zero Waste

CASA’s Zero Waste Committee supports initiatives to help Alamedans reduce, reuse and recycle. Miss Alameda Says “Compost!” A program with Jessica Robinson (“Miss Alameda”), helps our local restaurants and multi-family complexes to implement best practices for...
Transportation

Transportation

Transportation is the single largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in Alameda (as it is in most cities today). At 52% of our city total, transportation contributes more to greenhouse gas emissions than all other sources combined. Greenhouse gases have been...