Climate Action Plan

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On Thursday, November 4, 2021, the City will conduct a virtual public workshop on the City of Coronado’s draft Climate Action Plan at 5:00pm via Zoom. The workshop will be recorded and posted for public viewing if you cannot attend live.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NAunyyZfS7qa-TS6OF3SNw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The City is currently accepting public comments on the draft Climate Action Plan via email to ClimateAction@coronado.ca.us or click on the "submit comments" tab below to provide comments. Comments are due by Friday, November 12, 2021.


Coronado has a long history of implementing sustainability practices, including constructing green buildings, conserving water, developing a bike and pedestrian friendly community, along with a wide range of other environmentally friendly practices. Finding ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is another way that the City has prioritized the environment. Be a part of the City's first Climate Action Plan by providing comments and ideas on how the community could reduce its carbon footprint.

Why is Coronado preparing a Climate Action Plan?

  • To document and showcase current and ongoing sustainability efforts
  • To provide a road map to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future, and
  • To improve its position to win grant opportunities


On Thursday, November 4, 2021, the City will conduct a virtual public workshop on the City of Coronado’s draft Climate Action Plan at 5:00pm via Zoom. The workshop will be recorded and posted for public viewing if you cannot attend live.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NAunyyZfS7qa-TS6OF3SNw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The City is currently accepting public comments on the draft Climate Action Plan via email to ClimateAction@coronado.ca.us or click on the "submit comments" tab below to provide comments. Comments are due by Friday, November 12, 2021.


Coronado has a long history of implementing sustainability practices, including constructing green buildings, conserving water, developing a bike and pedestrian friendly community, along with a wide range of other environmentally friendly practices. Finding ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is another way that the City has prioritized the environment. Be a part of the City's first Climate Action Plan by providing comments and ideas on how the community could reduce its carbon footprint.

Why is Coronado preparing a Climate Action Plan?

  • To document and showcase current and ongoing sustainability efforts
  • To provide a road map to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future, and
  • To improve its position to win grant opportunities


Submit Public Comments here, due by Friday, November 12

Please submit public comments on the public review draft Climate Action Plan here. Comments are due by Friday, November 12, 2021. 

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Coronado's Climate Action Plan should include:

1. Solar should be required for any remodels or new building.
2. Install more electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
3. Require any businesses to adopt 100% electric by 2023.
4. Install 100% solar on all government buildings in Coronado.

Please, for our future.

Concerned Citizen 7 days ago
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Coronado’s Climate Action Plan should include the following:
1. REQUIRE solar on all new builds and remodels.
2. REQUIRE all new builds and remodels to be 100 % electric. This will help phase out natural gas which is a potent greenhouse gas (GHG) and a health hazard, especially for our children and pets.
3. REQUIRE Coronado to join a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) such as San Diego Community Power.
4. REQUIRE expansion of the city’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Patti Vachal 11 days ago
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Please let me know if this is wrong place (not public review draft): Morgan.miller@me.com (917)968-9167. 2 easy things to help environment: 1. Radically encourage bicycle riding (NOT using your car) by making the ferry free to Coronado residents (not just early morning commuters), increasing bicycle parking & infrastructure, & (importantly) making the Free Coronado “summer” bus a Year-Round investment in “Emerald Green” Coronado.

Cap’n Morgan 15 days ago
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To think that human beings can affect climate change is the height of arrogance.
What is this notion based on? Faulty computer models which cannot account for past changes, can’t account for the present temperature “flat line”, and can’t predict the future. The climate is a chaotic, multi-variable system with many unknown relationships. Therefore, any City effort amounts to mere signaling. And is wasteful.

Chasb 15 days ago
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For the CAP to be successful it needs an implementation schedule and progress reporting. Please develop a step-by-step proposal that can be monitored. It is the surest way to make progress in lowering our GHG emissions. In addition, please include steps to move toward building electrification, your charts show that doing so will significantly reduce our GHG emissions. The implementation plan should also include joining a community choice aggregation program such as San Diego Community Power this will make our electrical energy mix much less fossil fuel dependent.

pvcoronado 19 days ago
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I have not yet read the entire plan. What I can say is that the cost of the plan should not exceed its benefit. Too often these plans are designed to make people feel good rather than take meaningful action and don’t include the environmental impacts of creating them. I question the value of electrifying away from fossil fuels if we don’t create climate and ecologically friendly sources of power, the most obvious of which is nuclear. I would much rather see governments require increasing proportions of power from nuclear than from so-called renewables like wind and solar farms which have a huge environmental footprint. Solar on roofs is a fine but low-impact idea. We in Coronado are surrounded by nuclear power in our Navy vessels, but somehow it becomes a bogeyman if it’s considered for land-based power.

Rob Montgomery 19 days ago
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Please immediately set measurable goals to address the climate change crisis:
1) Require solar installation for all major remodels.
2) Incentivize homeowners and businesses to add solar.
3) Solarize all public buildings.
4) Develop an eclectic vehicle infrastructure.

Marvin 21 days ago
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We can have the highest impact on GHG emissions through policies and infrastructure that reduce car usage: protected bike lanes, reduced car access & parking, increased bike parking, cargo bike subsidies, car-free days on Orange.

Bill Winn 11 months ago
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