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How You Can Help The City Meet Its Climate Action Plan Goals


The city of San Diego has launched a social media campaign to encourage residents to work towards meeting the goals in the city's Climate Action Plan.

The goals include reducing each resident’s water consumption by 9 gallons, ramping up mass transit commuting to 25 percent and diverting 90 percent of trash from landfills by 2035.

The eight-week campaign, #ItStartsWithOne, offers residents simple tips on how to conserve resources and money.

Cody Hooven is the chief sustainability officer with the city. She joins Midday Edition on Monday with more on the campaign.

How You Can Help The City Meet It's Climate Action Plan Goals


Cody Hooven, chief sustainability officer, city of San Diego


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