Biddeford Climate Task Force

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Biddeford Climate Action Plan

The work of the Biddeford Climate Task Force will culminate in our Climate Action Plan. Over the next 12 to 18 months we will work to develop strategies to mitigate and adapt to the most pressing effects of climate change.
Climate Action Plan

In October 2020, the City Council passed a Climate Emergency Resolution for the City of Biddeford. The Resolution highlighted the expected environmental effects of a warming planet and ocean, including a rising sea level and more frequent and severe coastal storms, and their projected economic costs, including damage to infrastructure, loss of coastal properties, loss of tourism, reduced fisheries, and negative health effects due to longer, warmer seasons.

Scientific consensus is that the effects of climate change will be irreversible within a short window of 7-15 years, and these effects will continue to worsen with time. The Mayor established the Climate Task Force to create an action plan that focuses on adaptation, mitigation and sustainability strategies that address the real effects of climate change that threaten our coastal community.
 

The Biddeford City Council formally adopted this Climate Emergency Resolution.

The Biddeford Climate Task Force will continue to develop effective communication strategies regarding:

  • Strengthening awareness of the Task Force
  • General education and awareness about climate change and its effects
  • Recommended Climate Actions the City can consider

The Task Force meets every second and fourth Monday of the month.

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  1. Steve Reiter

    Chair

  2. Tim Boston


  3. Nicole Corriveau

    Secretary

  4. Meaghan Daly


  5. William Emhiser

    Council Representative

  6. Chrystina Gastelum


  7. Jackie Watson

    Director of Energy Services, YCCAC

  1. Brad Favreau

    Economic Development Coordinator
    Phone: (207) 571-1612