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Climate Conversations Survey


July 2, 2024

| Facilities Department

Extreme weather events like heat waves, flooding, and storms are increasing due to climate change. The Town of Sudbury wants to better understand your experience and perspectives on extreme weather events and their impacts in our community. The information you share will help identify local action that the Town of Sudbury can take to make our community healthy and strong in the face of climate change.



To better protect and support our community, the Town of Sudbury has been participating in a pilot Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) 2.0 program. The MVP 2.0 program is a State grant program provided by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA). Through this program, the Town has convened a community team to lead equitable climate resilience work. This Core Team has been meeting over the months of April, May, and June to complete training on different strategies for building resilience, equity, and climate justice. Over the next few months, the Core Team will be revisiting and resetting Sudbury’s resilience priorities with the involvement of the wider community. The Core Team will then be developing and implementing a project utilizing the feedback that they gather from the community.

The first engagement opportunity that the Core Team is launching to begin these discussions is a Climate Conversations Survey. You can take the survey virtually at this link:

If you would like to complete a paper copy of the survey, or have any questions about the survey and/or the Town’s climate resilience efforts, please contact the Town’s Sustainability Coordinator, Dani Marini-King, at