The Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy uses an integrated approach of applied science, education, policy development, and incentives to address Delaware’s climate, energy, and coastal challenges.
Delaware is preparing for the effects of climate change, working to reduce planet-warming emissions, and building sustainable communities.
DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal & Energy will hold three public sessions the first week of March seeking input on development of the state’s climate action plan. The workshops will provide an opportunity for Delawareans to learn more about how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and better prepare the state for climate impacts. Workshop attendees will also have a chance to provide their thoughts on choices the state can make to more effectively take action on climate change.
The workshops will run from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, at the CHEER Community Center in Georgetown, Wednesday, March 4, at the Wilmington Public Library, and Thursday, March 5, on the DelTech Terry Campus, in Dover.
Delaware uses research and education to help lead the public policy discussion and balance the use and protection of coastal and ocean resources.