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Take Root Chattanooga


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Green is the new—well—green! Everyone's talking about "reducing their carbon footprint" to help stop climate change—but what can you do to help?

In 2006, Mayor Ron Littlefield signed the U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, which committed Chattanooga to cutting carbon dioxide emissions 7 percent below our 1990 levels. And one of the biggest ways both individuals and businesses, big and small, can help to go green is by planting trees.

The Take Root strives to inspire Chattanooga to do its part to help stop climate change. By planting trees on the major arteries of the city, we can reduce our carbon footprint and inspire Chattanoogans to "go green."

Mission:
Serve people with integrity and improve the infrastructure and environment through excellence.

Justin Holland, Administrator
1250 Market Street
Chattanooga TN 37402 (map)
(423) 643-6311

311@chattanooga.gov  

 

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