Pima County wants public input on fighting climate change
Pima County is joining the effort to address climate change by acting locally. But they want to hear from county residents on how to do it. Hundreds of millions of dollars are within reach for various options on fighting climate change. Still, the county has to do a thorough survey of the public before submitting a plan to the Environmental Protection Agency.
“We are up against a really tight timeline,” said Natalie Shepp, environmental planning manager for the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality.