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Metro has been on the forefront of water reduction efforts for more than a decade.Since 2003, we’ve implemented many strategies across our agency to reduce water use in our operations and construction activities, most extensively along the Orange Line and Orange Line Extension.While the term “resiliency” may be new to Metro, many major components of this work are already an essential part of the agency’s operations: These are all elements that impact how well the agency can respond to changing conditions, and recover quickly to continue to provide its core services.Currently, Metro is exploring the use of metrics to evaluate its level of resiliency, as well as actions it can take to better prepare for future changes.The climate program currently addresses three key avenues to reduce Metro’s environmental impact: 1.Mitigation: Taking actions to reduce the long-term impacts and stressors from climate change.These types of videos are great tools for getting the word out about a health center and increasing engagement.
Patrons with the special edition cards will not incur late fees for overdue items.The most prevalent approach for climate change mitigation is greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions.On behalf of Metro, ECSD inventories GHG emissions resulting from operations and is working to reduce these emissions. Resiliency: The ability of a system to respond to threats and changing conditions by resisting damage, recovering quickly and continuing to provide its essential services. (WRKG) -- Escambia County School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has announced that school will proceed as planned for the rest of this week, including all extracurricular activities."Current projections for the storm track for Hurricane Irma indicate that our area will be spared the greatest part of this storm.So, we are making this announcement now, to reduce speculation about any school closings this week and to allow families to plan," said Superintendent Malcolm Thomas.