CECAP YEAR TWO DASHBOARD

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Dallas' buildings are energy efficient and climate resilient.
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Increase energy efficiency of existing buildings or facilities.

 

Ensure that new buildings are constructed sustainably and are carbon neutral.

 

Increase climate resilience for new and existing buildings through structural and operational improvements.

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Dallas' communities have access to sustainable, affordable transportation options.
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Shift the surface transportation system to move people and goods in fuel-efficient vehicles.

 

Reduce trips where people drive alone.

 

Synergize jobs and housing with transportation infrastructure to increase access to walking and biking options, and public transit.

 

Ensure that walking, biking, public transit, vehicular transportation infrastructure is reliable and safe under all weather conditions.

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Dallas protects its water resources and its communities from flooding and drought.
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Conserve and protect our water resources through community stewardship, educational programs and best management practices.

Protect neighborhoods from flooding and prepare them for droughts.

 

Be a regional leader in water resilience by leveraging innovative approaches, strategies and technologies.

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All Dallas' communities have access to local, healthy food.
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Build organizational capacity and partnerships around an urban agriculture network.

 

Improve food access in neighborhoods with low food access.

 

Reduce food miles by encouraging local food production and consumption. Prepare the food system to be more resilient to extreme weather events.

 

Prevent food waste through food donations, recovery, diversion and composting

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Dallas generates renewable, reliable, and affordable energy.
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Maintain a high degree of reliability during extreme weather events.

Encourage investment in, and greater use of, renewable energy.

Ensure affordable access to renewable electricity.

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Dallas is a zero waste community.
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Create opportunities to go beyond recycling and choose to refuse, reduce, reuse and repair.

 

Operate a clean, green and efficient waste system.

 

Generate energy from organics.

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Dallas protects and enhances its ecosystems, trees, and green spaces that, in turn, improve public health.
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Leverage green spaces to provide climate adaptation benefits.

 

Increase, enhance and maintain healthy forests, parks, and green spaces.

Integrate nature-based solutions into the public realm as a public health strategy.

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All Dallas' communities breathe clean air.
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Take a comprehensive approach to addressing air quality at the neighborhood level.

 

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MEASURABLE

OUTCOMES

- NET ZERO ENERGY NEW CONSTRUCTION

- ENERGY USE IN EXISTING

 

  RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS.

- SOLAR POWER INSTALLED

- RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY PLANS

- PUBLICLY AVAILABLE EV CHARGERS

- ELECTRIC FLEETS

- SINGLE OCCUPANT VEHICLE TRAVEL MODE     

  SHIFT

- ORGANIC WASTE

- PAPER WASTE

- LANDFILL DIVERSION

- WATER CONSUMPTION

- WATER FOR INDIRECT REUSE

- IMPAIRED WATERBODIES LISTED IN       

  WATERSHED

- GHG EMISSIONS FROM TREATMENT   

  FACILITIES

- CANOPY COVER CITYWIDE

- URBAN HEAT ISLAND INDEX

- PARK OR TRAIL ACCESS

- HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD ACCESS

- ACRES OF URBAN GARDENS

- RESTAURANTS, FARM STANDS, OR MARKETS    SOURCING FROM LOCAL PRODUCERS

- GROUND LEVEL OZONE

- AIR POLLUTANTS