Rennes shares its Climate Plan 2019-2024.

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On April 4, 2019, the city of Rennes, founding member, honorary presidency and headquarters of the Atlantic Cities, has adopted its Air-Energy Territorial Climate Plan (PCAET) 2019-2024, with the purpose of generating a healthier living environment for its residents and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by half per inhabitant by 2030.

The action plan to achieve these objectives promotes the citizen awareness, for which, the main strategies are published: reduce road traffic by 10%, renew 6000 homes per year from 2025 to reduce their energy consumption, reduce to zero non-recovered waste by 2024, tripling renewable energies, among others.

This climate plan is not limited to a political / governmental commitment; but to a commitment of all citizens, with changes in habits that contribute to the fight against global warming.

The Atlantic Cities make an invitation to other cities to share their climate plan and thus promote a greater commitment to the environment.

For more information, the official website of the city of Rennes is available here.