Can we connect our neighborhoods with access to jobs, grocery stores, schools, libraries, parks and gathering places? Can we preserve neighborhood character and ensure all Princeton community members have access to safe, affordable, low carbon transportation and housing?
Climate change isn't a problem of the future, it is a pressing concern that requires urgent action. The National Climate Assessment issued by the U.S. Government last week reaffirmed that climatic changes are triggering wide-ranging impacts in every region of our country, and throughout our economy.Read More
Locally, we have taken a leading role to promote climate action. We made substantial progress in 2018 on the development of Princeton's Climate Action Plan, a strategic plan to reduce emissions and make our town more resilient to climate change, but there is still much to be done.Read More
What’s more beautiful than the fall colors that adorn Princeton each autumn? Leaving those leaves where they can do some good.Read More
If Princeton set a goal to be carbon free, how could we get there? Hear from industry experts on ways that communities, like Princeton, are transitioning to a cleaner energy future.