- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: August 2014
This energy and climate element of the Lehigh Valley Comprehensive Plan lays out a strategy for considering a changing climate in its planning, including increased risk of flooding, and its commitment to producing an adaptation plan. It also examines its fuel sources and recommends strategies to increase energy efficiency, including the use of green infrastructure, and diversification of fuel types – including the use of solar energy.
Keywords: Lehigh Valley; PA; adaptation; flooding; energy
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