About the Plan
Leduc’s Local Action Plan for GHG Emission Reduction is a made-in-Leduc solution to the global issue of our changing climate. Our plan respects our unique local priorities, using the lessons we have learned from our established environmental initiatives and others who have tackled similar challenges.
- Greenhouse Gas Reduction Action Plan 2020 - 2030 (6MB - PDF)
- GHG Report - Appendix B (1.7 MB - PDF)
- GHG Report - Appendix C (1.4 MB - PDF)
Our local action plan can:
- produce a cleaner, healthier and even safer community,
- save the city, residents and business money,
- increase community resiliency against future regulations and pricing, and
- reduce climate impacts.
As part of developing the action plan, Leduc has :
- approved a 10-year Weather and Climate Readiness Plan,
- started implementing the readiness plan,
- completed a baseline assessment of Leduc’s current GHG emissions, and
- secured a $113,600 grant from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, with assistance from the Government of Canada, to develop the action plan.
Plan development timeline
|April - June 2018||Conduct public survey and a series of civic staff and stakeholder workshops to generate a vision and action options.|
|June - August 2018||Develop options and model GHG reduction scenarios from community input.|
|Early 2019||Hold a public open house on the draft GHG action plan for further discussion|
|February - March 2019||Finalize the Plan|
|By April 2019||Present final recommendations to City Council|
To develop the most effective plan possible, we heard from residents, business and stakeholder groups such as the Leduc Environmental Advisory Board, civic staff and City Council. Engagement is now complete.
|April 2018||Leduc Business Expo and Trade Fair at the Leduc Recreation Centre|
|April - June 2018||City of Leduc Environmental Services Events, including Arbour Day, Green Gold Event, Pollinator Challenge Event|
|April - June 2018||An online survey was conducted. A summary of feedback is available in the What We Heart Report.|
|January 2019||Public Open House at the Leduc Recreation Centre using display panels|