Salt Lake City, UT e2 Citizen Program

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Salt Lake City, UT, US

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Type: Program

Status: Ongoing

Source File: http://www.slcgreen.com/e2citizen/default.htm

Description:

Become an e2 Citizen
The Salt Lake City ENVIRONMENTALLY and ECONOMICALLY sustainable (e2) Citizen program is designed to educate and support City residents who take steps in their own lives to address climate change and the further degradation of our planet.

Earth to Salt Lake City. . .

Are you tired of being run over by politics, energy bills, and the decisions that your friends, leaders, and even YOU make that degrade your quality of life? Then become an e2 Citizen.

Ten minutes is all you need to commit to ways to save money, improve the environment, and contribute to a better future.

Sustainability: Please commit to at least five things you can do to ensure a sustainable future. You can include things you're already doing or have done, but try to commit to at least three new goals from the following categories as well.

  • transportation
  • energy conservation
  • reduce, reuse, recycle
  • water conservation
  • food
  • health
  • community education

Good information may help you make your selections and will give you resources to help meet your goals. To learn about these seven categories click here.

For a list of e2 Resources, click here.

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