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As concerns about climate change grow, New York State, Ulster County and the Town of Hurley have initiated programs to mitigate and adapt to this challenge. At the town level this Task Force was formed to advise the Town, create plans, articulate specific goals and complete projects to prepare for changes ahead.

We're completed Greenhouse Gas (GHG) inventories, and continue to work on climate action plans, vulnerability assessments, and planning other actions for Bronze Level Certification., and beyond. Town residents can follow the Town's progress and plans toward achieving GHG targets and other goals in these pages. Subscribe below to get updates.

Starting in February 2023, monthly Task Force meetings are planned for the 2nd Tuesday of the month, at 7 PM via Google Meet. Check the schedule below.

Join Us on Google Meet

  

Google Meet joining info

Video call link: https://meet.google.com/eee-uuvh-ehy
 

Or dial: ‪(US) +1 912-712-4401‬
PIN: ‪283 106 119‬#

 

More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/eee-uuvh-ehy?pin=9485310580613

Jan 31      May 8     Sep 12

Feb 14     Jun 13     Oct 10

Mar 14     Jul  8       Nov  TBD

Apr 11      Aug 8      Dec 12

Looking for Agendas & Minutes?

These are now posted on the Town of Hurley's website.

Find them online at TownOfHurley.org//climate-smart-task-force

  • The Town of Hurley is taking steps to become better prepared for a changing climate. The town created the ClimateSmart Task Force and became part of the NYS initiative. 

  • As tasks are completed, points are received. The CSTF is working toward earning 120 points to obtain Bronze Certification in 2023.

  • Hurley's ClimateSmart Assessment was just completed in 2021. By using this tool the CSTF identified actions the town has already completed; what actions are in process; and how best to prioritize these tasks for achieving Bronze and then Silver certification for the Town of Hurley. 

Find many ideas for how you can do things in your home and life to improve climate resiliency, and reduct your own carbon footprint. 

A summary of actions that residents and businesses in the community can take to reduce their GHG emissions:​ The best answer is to electrify as much as possible, and to identify the ways and means to preserve materials, reduce waste, conserve vegetation, and save money.

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