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Final Day To Take Part In Comox Valley Regional District Regional Climate Action Strategy

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 7:11 AM

By Jay Herrington

(PHOTO Comox Valley Regional District - Local Government Facebook)

The Comox Valley Regional District Board has set a 4pm deadline today for residents to offer suggestions online as part of a Regional Climate Action Strategy.

Comox Valley RD Board Chair Will Cole-Hamilton says they want to hear from residents on what matters to them and how climate change has already been impacting them.

The strategy will identify ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience within the region.

The survey is live until 4pm today at Engage Comox Valley.

All responses will be reviewed for incorporation within the Climate Action Strategy.

The final strategy will be posted online and presented to the CVRD Board in the fall.

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