Eugene has been recognized as a global leader on environmental action and transparency, achieving a place on CDP’s Cities A List.
To score an A, a city must:
Eugene has been recognized for its actions in the last reporting year to:
“Congratulations to Eugene,” said Katie Walsh, Head of Cities, States and Regions for CDP North America. “It’s exciting to see the U.S. and Canada leading with the most A List Cities this year — 34 and 7 respectively. They are demonstrating how municipal governments can safeguard citizens in the face of our new environmental reality and build a climate-safe future. We look forward to seeing other cities follow the lead of Eugene and other cities on our A List.”
“This A List rating is something all Eugeneans can be proud of,” said Mayor Lucy Vinis. “When Council approves the final version of the CAP 2.0 this year, we will commit to climate strategies that push us farther and faster. Reducing carbon emissions will make our community a better, fairer, safer place to live. Progress depends on courage from our leadership, our community, and communities across the country.”
See the complete list of A List Cities and read about CDP