For the last five years, the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Action Plan (RCAP 1.0) has served as a critical tool to ensure that the municipalities and counties of Southeast Florida are pulling in one direction, and speaking with one voice when addressing sea level rise and meeting the region’s climate challenges. A variety of stakeholders contributed to the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact’s process, including more than 90 members of the public that took the time to submit comments to a draft. This original collaboration and document has now evolved into a powerful tool used to meet climate challenges in the region head-on.
As part of the collective and regional progress, the Regional Climate Action Plan will be updated throughout 2017.
Development steps for the RCAP 2.0 will begin with teams of topic experts reviewing and vetting existing recommendations. They will then develop new recommendations to be posted to the Compact website for stakeholder review.
How to get involved:
Join us on April 27 for our kick-off revision session. Your input will ensure that the plan is modified in ways relevant and valuable to all communities in the region. RSVP today to join your fellow Southeast Florida changemakers for our Regional Climate Action Plan Open Session. This session is open throughout the day from 10:00 am – 7:00 pm, so drop by when you can to help shape and review the first draft of the RCAP 2.0, and to meet with other climate leaders and stakeholders in the region.
The final version of RCAP 2.0 will be released at the 9th Annual Southeast Florida Regional Climate Leadership Summit, to be held December 14-15 in Ft. Lauderdale.
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