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CAP Reports#

2020 Community Carbon Inventory Report#

link to latest carbon inventory report

The City of Fort Collins is excited to share its 2020 Community Carbon Inventory for the Climate Action Plan (CAP). The Inventory is used to track progress on the goals of CAP that are to be 20% below 2005 levels of greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, 80% by 2030, and carbon neutral by 2050.

 The 2020 Inventory shows that as a community, Fort Collins is 24% below 2005 levels. Like everything in people’s lives during 2020, greenhouse gas emissions were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This report gives an overview of these impacts, other changes in the inventory, and highlights some key successes. For more information about the state of climate action in Fort Collins, please visit

 Click here for the Spanish version of the community Carbon Inventory Report (Inventario de Carbono Comunitario 2020).

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2021 Municipal Sustainability & Adaptation Report#

The City of Fort Collins, as an organization, leads our community by example in greenhouse gas reduction goals. As of 2020, GHG emissions are 44% below the 2005 baseline, exceeding the 2020 target of 20% GHG reductions. Municipal energy efficiency projects, programs, and energy code improvements have helped reduce City-produced emissions. 

This report also outlines the goals and highlights of the City's Municipal Sustainability and Adaptation Plan, including:

  • We are resilient
  • We are a world class workplace
  • We are carbon neutral
  • Our public lands thrive
  • We are water smart
  • We are zero waste

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Our Climate Future#

Our Climate Future

Our Climate Future (OCF) is a comprehensive plan to simultaneously address climate, energy, and waste goals while improving our community’s equity and resilience. OCF articulates an unwavering commitment to mitigating and adapting to climate change with a people-first systems-approach.

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