About Sustainability Dashboard
In 2013, the Lake Tahoe Sustainable Communities Program partners and community stakeholders selected a suite of indicators that measure the Lake Tahoe Basin’s economic, environmental, and community health. These indicators have been incorporated into a Dashboard that is intended to provide the general public a balanced and objective overview of the economic, environmental, and community health of the Lake Tahoe Region.
The Sustainability Dashboard is a publicly accessible website that reports on 31 indicators of sustainability. The Sustainability Dashboard is organized by 11 key categories of importance for the Lake Tahoe Region: Water Quality, Forest Health and Fire Hazard, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Aquatic Invasive Species, Healthy Lifestyle, Transportation, Housing, Education, Income, Employment, and Business Environment. Each dashboard category provides information on indicator status, ongoing efforts and projects, and suggestions on how individuals can get involved.
The Sustainability Dashboard also functions as a portal for people to access more detailed information about the indicators and related science, plans, projects and initiatives occurring in the Lake Tahoe Region.
We want to hear from you! To provide feedback on how our Dashboard can be improved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Lake Tahoe Sustainable Communities Program
The Lake Tahoe Sustainable Communities Program is a region-wide sustainability initiative housed at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. The goal of the Program is to coordinate the sustainability initiatives already occurring in the Lake Tahoe Basin, in addition to catalyzing the implementation of the Lake Tahoe Sustainability Action Plan.
For more information on the Lake Tahoe Sustainable Communities Program, visit laketahoesustainablecommunitiesprogram.org or contact John Hester at email@example.com.