As our President and his administration continue to roll back longstanding environmental protections, cities like San Francisco are not backing down. In fact, we are doubling down on our efforts. San Francisco has joined global efforts to limited limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees celsius by committing to developing a Paris Agreement-compliant Climate Action Strategy by 2020 that charts the City’s course to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and adapts to the unavailable impacts of a changing climate (see integrated Climate and Hazards Resilience Plan).
The Hazards and Climate Resilience Plan will help San Francisco meet this Climate Action Strategy commitment. More information on that plan is available here.