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First Session Held For Bethlehem's Climate Action Plan

The first public meeting for Bethlehem's Climate Action Plan was held via webinar on June 17th. 

During the meeting, consultants WSP and Nurture Nature Center reviewed the projected impacts of climate change on Bethlehem, introduced the climate action planning process, and provided information about actions the City has already taken to address climate change. Participants were then asked to share their thoughts on the goals and priorities they hope to see reflected in the plan.

Additional public meetings are planned for September and November. Details will be published here when these dates are announced.

If you missed the session, please visit:

Bethlehem is developing a Climate Action Plan (CAP) to address climate change by identifying policies and programs that will mitigate Bethlehem’s contribution to climate change and help the city adapt to the effects of a changing climate, such as heat waves and flooding.

This is a community-wide plan focused on inclusion and equity, and we want to engage as many residents of Bethlehem as possible in the creation of the plan.

Please also respond to the 10-minute CAP public input survey by going to:

Additional information about Bethlehem’s CAP planning can be found at: