The City of Columbia's Climate Protection Action Campaign, better known as CPAC, empowers all Columbians to improve the environment through water conservation, energy conservation, air quality and recycling/waste reduction. City Council formed CPAC in 2006 after the Mayor signed the US Conference of Mayors Climate Action Plan. CPAC now serves as City's clearinghouse for environmental action, information and activities.



  • UPCOMING MEETINGS: 
    CPAC Appointee Working Session, Tuesday, November 17, 8:30 AM 
    CPAC Appointee Monthly Meeting: Tuesday, December 1, 8:30 AM

    In the interest of public health, this meeting will be held using videoconferencing technology. Members of the public and/or media who wish to observe the meeting may do so remotely by requesting a meeting link from the City of Columbia Sustainability Coordinator Mary Pat Baldauf. Members of CPAC will have the ability to remotely participate in voting and operational procedures via telephone or other means of electronic communication. The public may submit letters and statements via email to Mary.Baldauf@columbiasc.gov leading up to the meeting or the day of, as that account will be monitored during the meetings.  

  • Check out the City's Climate Action Plan, which guides the work of CPAC. The plan was created in 2006 by City staff and community leaders and is updated on a regular basis.    

  •    Learn more about the City's first and new LEED Gold certified building, the Columbia Water facility at 4013 West       Beltline Boulevard.




             About CPAC
                

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Office Hours
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
2910 Colonial Drive
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Sustainability
Mary Pat Baldauf, Sustainability Facilitator
(803) 545-2722 (CPAC)
mpbaldauf@columbiasc.net