Climate change

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Charlottesville has prided itself on being a community that balances rural and urban life responsibly. Increasingly, government and nonprofit leaders are prioritizing a more expansive approach to understanding how our place is connected to state, regional, and national climate changes issues. In our newest topic area, Charlottesville Tomorrow will cover climate change policy and environmental quality issues with an emphasis on the interconnectedness and interdependence of our human, natural and built environments. You might find stories about highways planning, energy consumption, recycling, and water quality in this topic area.
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