Emeryville believes sustainability is made up of three pillars: environment, economy, and equity.
Environment: People live within the limits of nature, protect and build natural assets, and maintain resources for future generations.
Economy: Economic activity should serve the common good, be self-renewing and build local assets.
Equity: All people should have access to an equitable distribution of goods, services and resources.
Like almost all other California cities, Emeryville has a Climate Action Plan in place as well as several other sustainable ongoing projects. Emeryville’s sustainable vision
strives to not compromise the ability of future generations to enjoy a livable, healthy, and vibrant city. Sustainability is encouraged through:
Sustainability Committee - The Sustainability Committee meets at 4 pm on the second Monday of every other month. To find up-to-date details on the next meeting, please click here.
Environmental Programs Events - Please click here for a list of upcoming Environmental Programs events. Interested in becoming involved in other ways? Email the Environmental Programs Supervisor.