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Boulder is rising to the climate challenge. The city works with community groups and businesses to respond to the climate change impacts already in motion and create a healthier, more resilient and prosperous community.



The City of Boulder is committed to reducing wasted energy through efficiency efforts, and to fostering the growth of local, renewable energy sources that improve community resilience and energy sustainability.



The City of Boulder is committed to promoting the health of the urban, farming and natural ecosystems that help sustain our community, and to supporting the production and distribution of local foods.



Boulder is working to reduce the waste we generate and then reuse, recycle and compost most of what we throw away. The city is working to help residents, businesses and visitors aim for zero waste.



The City of Boulder is responsible for potable water, wastewater and water quality. The city works with residents and businesses to conserve water to promote conscious resource use and support a sustainable community.