LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Lafayette is conducting a greenhouse gas emission audit in response to its climate change conversation.
Lafayette City Hall was full of people Thursday night as turn by turn they spoke about environmental issues impacting the city.
Mayor Tony Roswarski said he was happy with the turnout and cannot wait to use the community's suggestions in the future action plan.
He even suggested down the road LPD could have electric vehicles.
Several community members said open forums like Thursday's event are helpful and can lead to positive change with the climate.
The Cody brothers are advocates for positive global climate change.
"Doing just what we are doing tonight," said Sam Cody. "I think having these types of conversations bring all types of voices into it. Listening."
"We build everything we have off of natural resources," said Zac Cody. "If we aren't protecting the land we live on, we have nothing to live on."
The audit will be done in the next two to three months.
More public meetings are to come to discuss the findings.