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Adapting to Climate Impacts

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While concerted efforts to reduce climate pollution are critical, historic emissions will disrupt the global climate for many years. We need to assess and prepare for the impacts of a changing climate. We need your help to choose the most important adaptation actions to take in the next three years.

Review the Adapting to Climate Impacts recommendations below.

Share your comments on this portion of the report at the bottom of this page.

Vote for the top actions the City should take in the next three years related to Adapting to Climate Impacts.

If you have specific questions, contact climateactionplan@seattle.gov

 

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Comments

Comment from Erin
Time January 14, 2013 at 4:10 pm

My two cents: Encourage folks to plant trees and have antive habitats. Don’t punish folks for having land and choosing not to cut down trees to build houses, a car wash, pave it for parking, etc.

Currently, if you own a larger lot in the Seattle area, you’re going to pay a lot in property taxes. How are you going to get the “value” out of the land to pay such taxes? Most people develop it. Why don’t we as a society really value natural habitat? Too bad I couldn’t charge my neighbor the oxygen created by my trees!

:)

We punish people for owning more land by giving them higher property taxes, because land value drives property taxes. If I purchase a large lot, but don’t develop it, my

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Time February 10, 2013 at 1:22 am

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