At both the community scale and within municipal operations, the City of Dublin has undertaken a number of programs, policies, and projects that result in reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Not only do these measures reduce GHG emissions, they also have the benefit of achieving other City policy goals, such as reducing local air pollution, reducing traffic, improving public health, increasing energy efficiency and conservation, reducing solid waste, and improving solid waste management. The City Council adopted the Climate Action Plan in November 2010, and updated the plan in 2013. The City's Climate Action Plan outlines measures to reduce the City's GHG emissions 20% below a business-as-usual scenario by 2020. For more information on Climate Action activities and accomplishments in the City, please visit the links below.