Bellevue’s environmental work highlighted on BTV

The city of Bellevue’s environmental stewardship efforts are the focus of a special edition of Bellevue Television’s “It’s Your City.” The episode, “Bellevue in Balance,” began airing on Friday, April 11, and is now available for streaming online.

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  • Wednesday, April 23, 2008 12:00am
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The city of Bellevue’s environmental stewardship efforts are the focus of a special edition of Bellevue Television’s “It’s Your City.” The episode, “Bellevue in Balance,” began airing on Friday, April 11, and is now available for streaming online.

Hosted by Mayor Grant Degginger and Deputy Mayor Claudia Balducci, the April “It’s Your City” features ways Bellevue is making small changes that will have a big impact on the health of the environment and the well-being of future generations.

Environmental stewardship measures highlighted in the television program, at http://www.bellevuewa.gov/bellevuetv.htm, include:

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to combat global warming and improve air quality;

Preservation of the city’s tree canopy;

New leadership in recycling;

Maintenance of the Kelsey Creek watershed for people, fish and wildlife; and

Tips for residents about small changes they can make to help reduce their “carbon footprints.”


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