The year in review: Responding to climate change by taking strategic actions in 2017
King County bolstered its reputation as a national leader in the effort to confront climate change in 2017, delivering on Executive Dow Constantine’s commitment to protect the region’s natural environment while creating more resilient communities.
Whether it’s a pledge to operate one of the nation’s largest zero emission battery bus fleets, expanding non-motorized transportation options, or investing in alternative energy sources, King County’s efforts are helping people, neighborhoods and even cities adapt to a changing world.
The Department of Natural Resources and Parks coordinated much of the County’s work to respond to the unique and widespread threats that climate change present. Here are some of the highlights:
Read more at Keeping King County Green