More than 60 partners engaged and continue to engage their networks and the public at-large to advance A2ZERO.
From November 2019 until April 2020, the City of Ann Arbor, in collaboration with over 65 partner organizations, hosted dozens of public events, ran online public engagement, worked with 4 technical advisory committees, administered 3 public surveys, reviewed dozens of peer reviewed and technical documents, and consulted with peers around the nation to develop the A2ZERO Carbon Neutrality Plan.
The adopted A2ZERO Carbon Neutrality Plan (version 3.0)
A2ZERO Governance Model
Learn more about how the A2ZERO Plan will remain living.
A2ZERO Prioritization Framework
This documents outlines a prioritization framework to help evaluate potential new actions for inclusion into A2ZERO
Draft A2ZERO Investment Plan
This document presents one possible investment scenario for advancing the A2ZERO Plan
The A2Zero Plan
The A2ZERO Plan focuses on 6 core strategies
Learn More About A2ZERO!
The A2ZERO one-pager highlights the work we're doing, why it matters, and how residents can get involved with shaping the future of Ann Arbor.
The Sector Fact Sheet highlights we've done and what more we can do on Energy, Mobility, Resource Reduction and Adaptation and Resilience
Partnering organizations include: National Wildlife Federation; Neutral Zone; Community Action Network; Citizens Climate Lobby – Ann Arbor; Ecology Center; Ann Arbor 2030 District; Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice; Michigan Environmental Council; Washtenaw 350; Ann Arbor Area Elders Climate Action Chapter; American Institute of Architects Huron Valley Chapter; University of Michigan; Washtenaw Climate Reality; Building Matters Ann Arbor; Michigan League of Conservation Voters; Sierra Club Huron Valley Group; A2 Climate Mobilization; Leslie Science and Nature Center; The Hands on Museum; Michigan Climate Action Network; Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber; Ann Arbor Housing Commission; THRIVE Collaborative; Michigan Interfaith Power and Light; Washtenaw County Democrats; American Society of Adaptation Professionals; Washtenaw Bicycling and Walking Coalition; Colonial Square Cooperative; Walker Miller Energy Services; United Way of Washtenaw County; Lean and Green Michigan; Washtenaw Housing Alliance; Citizens Climate Lobby – UM Chapter; Forest Hills Cooperative; Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 252; Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living; UM College Democrats; Students for Clean Energy; Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association; UM Climate Action Movement; Washtenaw Area Apartment Association; Washtenaw County; The Ride; Ann Arbor SPARK; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Ann Arbor Chapter; Ann Arbor Public Schools; Ann Arbor Indivisible; University of Michigan President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality; Washtenaw County Food Policy Council; Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America; Pesticide-Free Ann Arbor ; City of Ypsilanti; Ann Arbor Summerfest; Ann Arbor District Library; Slow Food Huron Valley; Common Cycle; Earth Sciences; Natural Resources Defense Council ; Ann ARbor Main Street Association; Washtenaw Optimal Wellness; Downtown Development Authority; Huron River Watershed Council; Mindful City Ann Arbor; Old Fourth Ward