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A Statement from the Mayor

On Climate Change:

“Dallas is a healthy, safe and economically vibrant city. But to be a truly resilient city, Dallas must prepare for the effects of climate change. I want Dallas to continue to be a leader in efforts to reduce emissions and improve our air quality. Through our collective efforts and a focus on common-sense, data-driven solutions, we can ensure that our great city continues to thrive in the decades to come.”

– Mayor Eric Johnson



The Dallas Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan (CECAP) was unanimously approved on May 27, 2020 and is a comprehensive roadmap that outlines the activities that the City will undertake to improve quality of life, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to prepare for the impacts of climate change, and to create a healthier and more prosperous community. It builds upon our understanding of future impacts from climate change, other environmental challenges facing Dallas, and the data from the 2015 City of Dallas greenhouse gas inventory. The CECAP leverages existing efforts by the City and builds upon an active public outreach and engagement effort to solicit input from businesses, community organizations, residents, and stakeholders, to create an effective and equitable Dallas plan that everyone can implement. Follow the CECAP Implementation progress here.


Get involved! 

Exciting new opportunities to get involved with the CECAP implementation process and other environmental initiatives will be coming soon. In the meantime, view the CECAP dashboard and other resources, contact us to schedule a meeting or presentation, and check out our upcoming events!


is not just about emissions reductions. The CECAP is about improving overall public health, resilience, and quality of life in Dallas.

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