Napa County Climate Protection
Work and Findings, 2008 – 2009
MIG and the Climate Protection Campaign
In 2008 the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency (NCTPA) received a climate protection grant from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD). NCTPA contracted with MIG, a Berkeley-based consulting firm, and the Climate Protection Campaign to perform the work. Staff at NCTPA, the County of Napa, and Napa’s five cities also invested considerable time in this work.
In 2009 the Napa Valley Community Foundation contracted with MIG and the Climate Protection Campaign to refine the greenhouse gas inventory and to produce a white paper in which high impact/high leverage actions for reducing emissions in Napa County were identified.
We are pleased to make the documents produced as part of this work available online.
We welcome your comments and questions.
|Ann Hancock, Climate Protection Campaign||Steve Kokotas, MIG|
Please note that the opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the authors and do not necessary represent the views of those that supported this work.
Please note that this document remains a draft, and that some of the spreadsheets in this document were subsequently updated as shown in Technical Brief below.
- Appendices for the Preliminary Draft Napa County Community Climate Action Plan
- Summary Table of Actions
- Inventory of Napa County GHG Emissions (updated)
- Napa Carbon Model
- Potential Impact of AB 811 Program in Napa County
- Need for Local Communities to Engage in Advocacy
- Glossary of Acronyms and Terms
- SB375 Framework: Carbon Reduction Through Regional Land Use and Transportation Strategies
- Solid Waste GHG Emissions Analysis Report
- Technical Brief Summarizing Approach
- Supporting spreadsheets for Technical Brief (requires Excel)
Other related documents
This Framework, adopted by the NCTPA Board, is a distilled version of the draft plan.
- City of St. Helena Municipal Operations
- County of Napa Municipal Operations
The knowledgeable, dedicated and generous staff at the County of Napa and Napa’s five cities.
Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency
Paul Price, Eliot Hurwitz, Jim Leddy
Napa Valley Community Foundation
Terence Mulligan, Marla Tofle
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability
Alden Feldon, Jonathan Strunin
MIG, Inc., Berkeley, California
Steve Kokotas, Joyce Vollmer, Andi Nelson, Maria Mayer
Climate Protection Campaign, Sonoma County, California
Ann Hancock, Dave Erickson, Ken Wells, Nabeel Al-Shamma