The number of jurisdictions within Santa Clara County that have adopted CAPs with carbon neutrality targets by 2045
The number of organizations currently supporting climate action within the County that are listed in this directory
The percent of jurisdictions who identified collaboration and/or coordination as a primary hurdle for climate action implementation

Climate measures by Jurisdiction and Sector

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Jurisdiction Details

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Climate Action Summary

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CAP Information
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Current CAP
Qualified CAP
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Implementation Plan
Adaptation Element

Climate Organizations Directory

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Other Resources

The visualization above reflects the results of a survey conducted by the County of Santa Clara and includes information about each city’s climate action and adaptation activities, including operations, ongoing or planned greenhouse gas reduction projects, and barriers to implementation. Click on the image to visit the visualization site. Note: the link will open in a new tab and may not be accessible.