Use these resources to understand actions Broward County is currently taking and plans to take. Review to see if any actions can be taken by your Division. Are you currently reporting any initiatives being taken, are there additional actions that should be taken?

Broward MPO C​limate Study​​​​ - Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and its partners are integrating climate change adaptation goals into the transportation decision-making process and looking to minimize the impacts of extreme weather events and sea level rise on the regional transportation network.

Climate Change Action Plan 2015 (PDF) - Broward County’s Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP) with nearly 100 actions to decrease greenhouse gas emissions and increase community resilience.

Climate Change Element (PDF) , Supporting Documents (PDF) - Broward County’s Climate Change Element provides a framework for integrating the economic, environmental, and social factors of climate change. A county-wide strategy, based on local vulnerability and consistent with regional efforts, the Element aims to mitigate the causes, and address the local implications, of global climate change. In doing so, we move one step closer to building a sustainable, climate resilient community.

Community Energy Strategic Plan (PDF) - Sets goals, establishes prioritized objectives, and recommends immediate and short-term actions for the Broward community to address climate change through energy.

Renewable Energy Action Plan (PDF) - Broward County’s Renewable Energy Action Plan (REAP) recommends strategic actions to support increasing the use of renewable energy in County facilities and operations.

Seven50 Southeast Florida Prosperity Plan (PDF) - The Seven50 Plan offers a data-driven vision that identifies opportunities for regional planning and collaboration between the seven counties that make up the Southeast Florida region.

Southeast Florida Regional Climate Action Plan (RCAP) (PDF) - The overall objective of the 110 actions was and remains to integrate climate adaptation and mitigation into existing decision-making systems and to develop a plan that can be implemented through existing local and regional agencies, processes and organizations.