The ICARP Technical Advisory Council facilitates the development of holistic, complimentary strategies that increase California’s resilience to climate change, advance equity and environmental justice, and benefit both greenhouse gas emissions reductions and adaptation efforts. Council Objectives On October 8 2015, SB 246 was signed into law, creating the Technical Advisory Council (TAC). The TAC shall […]
In this Powerpoint slideshow, you will take a deep dive into the Forecasting and Planning Modules for ClearPath. This presentation goes beyond the basics to show you: • the types of dynamics with which the tool can represent your data • growth rates and factor sets • compound growth rates • forecast helpers and example […]
Download the Government Operations Master Data Workbook (Excel file) below. The form’s tabs to aid in gathering information for your GHG inventory for the following sectors: • information items that your local government may have purchased or used during your inventory year. Only the carbon dioxide emissions from these sources will be counted in your […]
State of Local Climate Action: California 2016 provides a unique portrait of local government climate leadership in California. Developed by ICLEI in cooperation with partners through the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC), the report presents a comprehensive picture of measurable local emissions trends, targets, planning efforts, and energy and climate actions in the state, along […]
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Many of California’s smaller jurisdictions are in much earlier stages of grappling with greenhouse gas emissions. Recognizing the need for more support with local climate change efforts, AMBAG designed a program that would yield impressive results.
Sonoma County’s Energy Independence Program (SCEIP) provides an opportunity for property owners to finance permanently affixed energy efficiency, water efficiency and renewable energy improvements through a voluntary assessment.
Webinar recording presenting new SEEC ClearPath Features as of July 2015.
This interactive training module covers the basics of Global Warming Potential (GWP) values and their relationship to short-lived climate pollutants. This training also covers practical implications for how GWP values impact the final results of an emissions inventory in terms of CO2 equivalent (CO2e).
This is a great opportunity to hear about water conservation efforts, cap and trade funding options and best practices related to climate action implementation in the region and across the state.
SEEC ClearPath California is a powerful tool to help you measure and track greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in your community. This guide provides an introduction to the basic structure of SEEC ClearPath CA and to important concepts that will help you use the tool effectively.