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The Sacramento Region's Efforts

Sacramento Regional Council of Governments (SACOG) Climate and Air Quality Committee

SACOG's agendas, committee minutes, report documentation are available on their Web site.

The Green Capital Alliance

This alliance unites Sacramento-area businesses, local governments, community organizations, education and research institutions, and utilities to promote sustainability and clean technology cluster in the region. See

The Sacramento Area Green Partnership

The Sacramento Area Green Partnership meets quarterly and comprises Sacramento area cities, the County of Sacramento, and various other partners working together on opportunities for regional collaboration regarding climate change and local government. The Partnership produced the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory for Sacramento County (PDF). Contact Shelley Jiang at for more information.

Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA)

SARTA is a local non-profit group founded to foster entrepreneurial growth and attract investment capital to the greater Sacramento region.

Build-It-Green Sacramento Region Public Agency Council

The non-profit orgnization deals with energy and resource efficiency of California’s existing housing stock. Visit for more information.

Sacramento Area Sustainable Business program

The Sacramento Area Sustainable Business program promotes businesses that take voluntary actions to prevent pollution and conserve resources.

Information for Local Jurisdictions

The Local Government Commission has published The Ahwahnee Principles for Climate Change which provide specific guidance for local governments on CEQA review for land use projects.