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What Is a Climate Action Plan, and Why Do We Need One?

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Sierra Club speaker
The Coulee Region Sierra Club is sponsoring a presentation by Ted Redmond, to discuss the process the City of La Crosse and community will work through as they develop a Climate Action Plan.

In 2019, the City of La Crosse passed a “Ready for 100” resolution pledging to cut carbon emissions to zero and transition to 100% renewable energy community-wide by 2050. Now, the city is working on a plan to reach those goals. 

Ted Redmond is co-founder of, a consulting firm which helps local governments, community organizations, and businesses understand and improve their climate resilience through climate planning.

Ted will talk to us about

  • what a climate action plan is,
  • who is making climate action plans,
  • why they are important,
  • what is included in the process, and
  • how organizations, businesses, governments and individuals can get started and involved.

    A brief Q&A session will end the program.

    If you have questions or problems registering, please email

Tuesday, January 25, 2022, 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
You will be registering for a virtual meeting.

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