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Transformation of Energy Systems Buildings Transportation and Food Waste Management

Transformation of Energy Systems Buildings Transportation and Food Waste Management. For more information visit on our website - https://www.gregorrobertson.com

Transformation of Energy Systems, Buildings,
Transportation, and Food Waste Management

Reducing Wasted Food
Transforming Transportation
Creating a Low-Carbon and Resilient Economy
Transitioning to Clean Energy
Decarbonizing Buildings

Reducing Wasted Food

We are committed to reducing wasted
food 50% by 2030 across the region.
Between 25 to 40 percent of all food
grown or imported into the U.S. and
Canada for human consumption is
never eaten, costing consumers and
businesses $218 billion annually in the
U.S., and $31 billion in Canada. The
impact of food waste is felt not only in
our landfills and our wallets, but also
in its carbon footprint, amounting to
2.6 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas
emissions. Preventing wasted food
altogether, and promoting rescue and
recovery efforts downstream holds
significant potential to reduce
greenhouse emissions on the West
Coast. Join us.

Transforming Transportation

Together, our governments, utilities, businesses, and residents are
creating the transportation system of the future from working at the local
level with urban transit agencies to procure only zero-emission transit
buses by 2025 to leveraging state and provincial policies for zero
emission vehicle market transformation. Find out more about how we
seek to move people and goods in the low-carbon economy of the future
in our Vision and Roadmap for a Low-Carbon Pacific Coast
Transportation System.

Creating a Low-Carbon and Resilient
Economy

Transitioning to Clean Energy

We have experienced an increase in non-hydroelectric renewable energy by over 250%
from 2005 to 2015 in Pacific Coast jurisdictions through investments in wind and solar
and policies like Renewable Portfolio Standards.

Decarbonizing Buildings

We’ve committed to implementing commercial building energy efficiency benchmarking
and disclosure programs in 75% percent of all building square footage on the Pacific
Coast.

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