If you didn't make it to our events for Utah Climate Week, you can catch the presentations at the links below. Please also take a moment to visit our ClimARTe exhibit in the MARC side-yard, which will be up through the end of October, and is in collaboration with USU Extension and 10x Collective.
The Sustainability Department has been awarded a grant for an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer to serve for a year starting in January of 2022. Please contact us with any questions about the position, and apply through the AmeriCorps portal, as well as sending a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your application!
The Moab City Council has determined that it is in the best interests of the community that the City of Moab take a leadership role in efforts to preserve and conserve natural resources and promote a cleaner, healthier environment for a resilient, sustainable future.
The City of Moab adopted the Vision 2020 goals to preserve the quality of life for our current and future residents and be responsible stewards of our resources and environment. The Sustainability Action Plan is in process and will be presented in draft form to the City Council sometime in the later half of 2021. This document will guide the City's sustainability decisions in the future.
The City committed to 100% renewable energy by 2030 in conjunction with House Bill 411. The City is participating in the Community Renewable Energy Board to work with Rocky Mountain Power and a number of other Utah communities to develop utility scale renewable energy projects to meet this goal.