San Leandro is dedicated to being a sustainable, livable city. We are working hard to address the threats of human-induced climate change by reducing pollutants, conserving precious resources, and strengthening our community resilience to a changing climate and rising sea levels.
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||Meeting the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
In 2016, the UN presented 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The goals embody the meaning of sustainability by concentrating efforts in three critical areas: economy, society, and environment. Sustainability is not isolated to saving energy or cleaning the air—it is prevalent across sectors and across societies.
For an in-depth understanding of the UN's SDGs and the target actions intended to achieve them, visit the Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform.
Target deadline: Emissions 25% below 2005 levels
Mayor Cutter joins Global Covenant of Mayors and U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
City establishes first Sustainability Manager
2015 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
City Council adopts Climate Action Plan
2005 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory establishes baseline emissions