DULUTH - Community members and energy experts are banding together Tuesday to reduce the community's carbon footprint.It was the final meeting for the local Energy Action Plan.
The group talked about short and long term goals to reduce energy in residential, commercial, industrial, public and transportation sectors over the years.
"The plan is going to be a living document that is subject to change,” said Dyann Andybur with the City of Duluth. “But this will be the first energy action plan on a community level and the city of Duluth and we're pretty excited about it."
The plan will eventually be presented to city councilors for approval.