C The City of Mill Valley has a long-standing commitment and track record when it comes to environmental protection and other sustainability related initiatives. Please visit the following pages to learn more about Mill Valley's commitment to sustainability:
What you can do: Check out the following websites for sustainable solutions on a variety of topics.
Do your part! Participate and have fund with others through Resilient Neighborhoods. Get support and go on a “low-carbon diet” to reduce 5,000 pounds of CO2! This free program has helped 550 Marin residents save money, make their families safer, and cut over 2.6 million pounds of carbon emissions. Learn more and sign up at www.resilientneighborhoods.org
Reduce Waste. Help the City reach its “Zero Waste” goal whereby no materials are landfilled but instead fully recycled, repaired or reused by the year 2025for sustainable solutions to your every day life.
Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions. The Marin Climate & Energy Partnership (MCEP) is made up of representatives from all eleven Marin cities/towns, the County, the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM), the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) and the Marin General Services Authority (MGSA). MCEP's mission is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emission levels to the targets of Marin County and local municipalities, consistent with the standards set by AB32. Check out www.marinclimate.org to find out what Mill Valley and its residents and businesses can do to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.