- A3C Collaborative Architecture
- American Institute of Architects – Huron Valley Chapter
- Ann Arbor Citizens’ Climate Lobby
- Climate Justice Leadership Team, First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor – Jeannine LaPrad, Ruth Mohr, Sandy Simon, Kate Hutchens and Ed Lynn
- Community Action Network
- Ecology Center
- Environmental Consulting Organization at the University of Michigan
- Great Lakes Business Network
- Huron Valley Area Labor Federation
- H.E.H. Human Electric Hybrids LLC
- Huron River Watershed Council
- Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice
- Live Zero Waste
- League of Conservation Voters
- Michigan Clinicians for Climate Action
- National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Regional Center
- Sierra Club
- Slow Food Huron Valley
- Students for Clean Energy at the University of Michigan
- The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan
- United Way of Washtenaw County
- Urban Rider Cargo Bikes
- Veridian at County Farm
- Washtenaw Climate Reality
- Washtenaw County Democratic Party Executive Board
Elected Officials and Community Leaders
- Washtenaw County Prosecutor Eli Savit
- Washtenaw County Commission Chair Sue Shink
- State Senator Jeff Irwin, District 18
- Democratic Nominee for State House District 23 Jason Morgan
- Democratic Nominee for State House District 47 Carrie Rheingans
- Democratic Nominee for State House District 48 Jennifer Conlin
- Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor
- Ann Arbor City Councilmember Lisa Disch
- Ann Arbor City Councilmember Linh Song
- Ann Arbor City Councilmember Travis Radina
- Ann Arbor City Councilmember Jen Eyer
- Ann Arbor City Councilmember Erica Briggs
- Democratic Nominee for Ann Arbor City Council Cynthia Harrison
- Democratic Nominee for Ann Arbor City Council Chris Watson
- Democratic Nominee for Ann Arbor City Council Ayesha Ghazi Edwin
- Democratic Nominee for Ann Arbor City Council Dharma Akmon
- Democratic Nominee for Ann Arbor City Council Jenn Cornell
- Anya Dale
- Bryan Weinert, Retired City of Ann Arbor Solid Waste Coordinator
- Chris Savage
- Cynthia Harrison
- Edie Juno
- Emile Lauzzana
- Gabriel VanLoozen
- Ginny Rogers, Chapter Leader, Ann Arbor Citizens’ Climate Lobby
- Jan Culbertson, FAIA
- Jason Frenzel, former Ann Arbor City Councilmember, Sierra Club Huron Valley Chair
- Jerry S Walden, retired physician
- Joe Ohren
- John Mirsky
- Jonathan Overpeck, Climate Scientist
- Kris Olsson
- Mark H Clevey, Former Chairperson, Ann Arbor Energy Commission
- Mike Garfield
- Mike Nowak
- Mike Shriberg
- Raymond De Young
- Robert Joerg, Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commissioner
- Ruth Mohr, Climate Action
- Tom McMurtrie, retired Recycling Coordinator
What Our Community Is Saying About A2 Climate Action
"Ann Arbor needs to be a leader in climate action. We need to show the rest of Michigan what can be done to save the future."
"Ann Arbor should take bold steps and lead the way to carbon neutrality for the whole state"
"Our personal health and the health of Ann Arbor and Michigan depend on changing our negative impact on the earth. This millage is needed."
"The Huron Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects whole heartedly endorses the commitment to Carbon Neutrality."
"Students for Clean Energy believes that passing the proposed climate millage is a crucial step in supplying all citizens of Ann Arbor with clean, reliable, and affordable energy."
"The Citizens’ Climate Lobby enthusiastically supports local efforts such as this climate millage. At the same time, we advocate for federal policies that will put fossil fuels at the economic disadvantage necessary to rapidly accelerate decarbonization—both here and everywhere."
"Funding the A2Zero plan is the most effective approach to long-term sustainability."
"This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for our community to commit to effective, long-term actions to address climate change and work toward climate justice."
"Carbon neutrality is critical to maintaining a hospitable environment for people and the ecosystem in which we live. Climate change is the greatest threat to the Huron River and the species that call the river and watershed home. "
"Supporting all segments of our community in achieving carbon neutrality is the focus of my time and effort---it will take each one of us to achieve the A2 Zero goal of 2030."
"I wholeheartedly support this millage. Its passage is necessary so that Ann Arbor has the financial means to meet its decarbonization commitments."
"This millage will allow Ann Arbor to become the national leader in Climate Change work, which we have long aspired to be."
"Ann Arbor has been a leader that local governments from all over Washtenaw County and Michigan look to."
"Any meaningful activity, including environmental protection, requires adequate financial resources and people of good will working together. This proposal leverages both."
"The existential issue for this generation is climate change. We are called to respond, with a religious perspective, to the broad-reaching social justice issues that climate change creates in our community and our world."
"The Climate Crisis presents the greatest threat to Ann Arbor and the world. However, if we act fast, we will create a healthier, happier, more equitable and ecologically restorative future that is stunningly beautiful."