Below is a list of ongoing goals of the Hatboro Environmental Advisory Council. For more information on each project, please click the link to visit the individual project page.
Goal #1, Energy Transition Plan:
In October 2020, the EAC recommended the approval of the Hatboro Ready for 100 Renewable Energy Resolution which aligns with the Sierra Club’s RF100 Campaign. The Resolution was adopted by Council. Currently, data is being collected on the use and cost of energy consumption within Borough-owned buildings. The energy audit will provide data to create a baseline for the Hatboro Energy Transition Plan. As a roadmap, the ETP outlines goals to be met by specific dates in accordance with the RF100 Renewable Energy Resolution. The ETP must be presented to Borough Council by October 2021 for its approval.
Click on the link below for more information on Ready For 100:
Goal #2, National Wildlife Federation's Community Wildlife Habitat Program:
The Hatboro EAC is encouraging residents, schools, places of worship, and businesses to join in and support a National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat Certification program in the borough. This program certifies backyards, schools, public buildings, places of worship, and entire communities that meet certain criteria as Wildlife Habitat, and promotes Environmental Education for residents.
If enough Hatboro gardens can be individually certified, then the Borough can attain certification as a Community Wildlife Habitat, and align itself with other environmentally conscious municipalities in our area, becoming part of a veritable “Corridor of Habitat” that allows beneficial insects such as bees and butterflies, wild birds, and other small animals to flourish in our locale. We request the community’s help to achieve this goal: Hatboro would like to encourage 50 property owners to achieve certification by Earth Day 2022.
Register your Garden with the National Wildlife Federation. Click on the link below:
Potential Goals Of The EAC
Below is a list of potential goals of the Hatboro EAC. Updates will be provided if and when goals materialize. For more information, please complete the form found on the Contact Us page.
Educational Lecture Series
Green Business Community Initiative
Nature/Eco Education Tours
Open Space Conservation Plan
Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels, and Stormwater Management
Zero Waste Initiative