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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

All Dallas' communities breathe clean air.

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  • Take a comprehensive approach to addressing air quality at the neighborhood level.

 

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