We take care of people, profit and planet through a variety of innovative programs, including water and energy conservation, recycling, composting, alternative transportation, sustainable business practices and environmental stewardship.
To the right, you can check out some of our citywide sustainability achievements from fiscal year 2014. The City of Tempe's commitment to sustainability is highlighted through the figures presented in this chart. In future years, the city plans to improve upon these numbers in order to create a thriving and consciously-sustainable community for Tempe residents.
To further explore Tempe's sustainable programs, visit each department's page:
- Air Quality
- Energy Conservation
- Solid Waste & Recycling
- Water Conservation
- Land Use & Built Environment
Air Quality Dept.- Maricopa County
American Institute of Architects
ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
ASU Sustainable Cities Network
Consumer Energy Center
Natural Resources Defense Council
U. S. Department of Energy
U.S. Green Building Council
Valleywide Recycling Partnership
Whole Building Design
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For information about Tempe's sustainability programs, please contact Amanda Nelson at 480-350-2707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.