Get Involved

Erie County Climate Action is Erie County’s green initiative to develop an equity-centered Community Climate Action Plan. The Plan will identify actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and help the community adapt to our changing climate.

The plan will also set goals following the NYS Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA). Press here to visit the New York State Climate Act website and learn about this aggressive legislation.

How much time do you have to help create an equity-focused Erie County Community Climate Action Plan?

You can be part of the solution and make your voice heard, even if you only have 1 minute!
Below are opportunities where you can help.

1 minute1 minute:

Sign up for email updates

 Sign up to receive email updates on Erie County Climate ActionStay up to date on the planning process and opportunities to participate

 

5 minutes5 minutes:

Share the opportunity to participate with your community

Use the images and content in the Erie County Climate Action Social Media Toolkit to help build awareness and participation in the Community Climate Action Planning process.

 

10 minutes10 minutes:

Take our Community Survey - COMING SOON!

Provide feedback on how climate change has impacted you and help us identify key community focal points to reference in our Community Climate Action Planning.

 

30 minutes30 minutes:

Meet with the Erie County Department of Environment & Planning, Sustainability Team

Talk to staff about your questions and ideas for Erie County Climate Action and the Community Climate Action Plan. Email sustainability@erie.gov to set up a meeting.

 

60 minutes1 hour per month:

Be an Ambassador. Sign up to be an Erie County Ambassador.

The Erie County Ambassador program encourages residents to have conversations and share input on how our community can be healthy, sustainable, and resilient. Being an Ambassador is a flexible commitment. We ask that you try to host at least three meetings within your community to gain feedback on how we can be healthy, sustainable, and resilient. These meetings can happen in any format that you deem appropriate for your community.

 
Our Climate needs your voice.