WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The city of West Lafayette is going even greener.
A resolution to reduce carbon emissions and increase energy efficiency passed at Monday's city council meeting.
There are only a few other cities in the state of Indiana who have this.
It is not a law binding agreement. It is a promise from city leaders.
West Lafayette just hosted its first climate strike on September 27th and many people there spoke up at Monday's meeting.
A link to the previous story can be found here.
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