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Climate Change

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Climate change is not only real, it is one of the greatest threats to our health and well-being. One of the first in the nation to combat climate change, San Francisco remains committed to working with cities, regions, states, institutions and businesses, both nationally and internationally, in the fight against climate change. 

San Francisco is proof that strong action is good for the planet and for the economy. Since 1990, San Francisco has reduced citywide emissions 28 percent, while the population has grown 19 percent and the local economy 78 percent. 

Community Climate Action

San Francisco's Carbon Footprint
SF Climate Milestones
SF Carbon Fund

City Government Action

SF City Departments Lead the Way on Climate Action

Resources

Take Action for the Environment: 0-50-100-Roots 
Climate Plans & Reports

Our home. Our city. Our planet.