Two years in the making, the Jackson Hole Climate Action Roadmap is a citizen-produced set of strategies and actions from the Jackson Hole Climate Action Collective that could guide decision makers in the Town of Jackson and Teton County, Wyoming in the face of historically unprecedented warming during the 21st century.
We cannot afford to do nothing. The altered West of the future will be the result of steady incremental changes—rising average temperatures, milding winters with more precipitation falling as rain, and extreme weather that disrupts the order of things. In fact, our community has already undertaken a number of actions to address climate change. This Climate Action Roadmap intends to support and amplify these prior efforts and commitments with an emphasis on ACTION.
This Roadmap is not intended to be an exhaustive or definitive list of needed actions in Jackson to mitigate climate impacts. We envision this Roadmap as a living document, with its contents as seeds that grow into a larger set of actions, supported by specific commitments to greenhouse gas emission reductions, considerations of equity, and other actions from our local governments and others in a position to make a difference.
Download the Climate Action Roadmap using the link below to learn more and then JOIN US in our work to move needed actions forward.