cskolnik cskolnik, January 21, 2022

As Chicago drafts its new Climate Action Plan, it’s important for us to weigh in.  We have several ways to give input: fill out a survey, complete a participatory budget simulation, or host a listening session. See below for more details from the City and 350 Chicago.


Chicago Climate Action Plan 2022

Chicago residents: Let’s make our voices heard!

With $188 million proposed investments on projects across environmental justice, community health, equitable energy and urban green cover, this new plan is the first update since the 2008 Climate Action Plan was enacted.

Tell the City what you would like to see in the new Climate Action Plan. The deadline is Feb. 15.

  1. Fill out the survey
  2. Do a budget exercise
  3. Host a listening session with your family, friends or a group you belong to.

For surveys and resources in other languages, please visit the City of Chicago’s 2022 Climate Action Plan website.



Interested in doing more? 

Join 350 Chicago’s very own Chicago Politics and Policy Conversation to ensure your priorities are considered:

* Tell us what climate actions and policy priorities matter to you most. Email us your thoughts or copy and paste your feedback to the final, open-ended survey question by Feb. 7 : [email protected]

 We’ll make sure your suggestions are included in our official response to the City.

* Join us at our next meeting at 7:30 on January 31st. We are hoping to build a coalition to push for strong climate action at the Mayor’s Office and in City Council.

We will use Zoom, with this link – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84580771970?pwd=T1p6YlRKSXZHdmIyc3liaUoyTUZJQT09.

* Share this action alert with your friends, colleagues, and family.