The Piedmont Climate Challenge

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The Piedmont Challenge is an annual competition that runs from November to April, culminating in an Earth Day celebration. This free website offers Piedmont residents all the information they need to get started on saving resources and money, all while reducing their impact on climate change.

Get started by signing up today at! Together, we can make Piedmont a clean, vibrant, and healthy community for generations to come!

The website is free to use and designed to help residents learn more about emissions and how to save money while saving the planet. 

Sign up here!

Why should I join?

Some of the most effective ways to stop emissions come from the household. This website has dozens of actions that can be completed at home. Not only will these actions reduce emissions, but many of them can save thousands of dollars over the lifecycle of the upgrade.


If you have any questions about how to create a profile, join a team or group, and track actions, please read through this tutorial. If you still have questions, please email [email protected].


Our goals for 2021-2022 include signing up 500 unique households and reducing 500 tons of GHG. This means about 2000 pounds of greenhouse gases reduced per household.

More information

The Challenge began in 2019 as an attempt to decrease greenhouse gas emissions from Piedmont households. Energy use in buildings and private vehicle usage have consistently made up the majority of emissions, and the Challenge can help bring attention to this.

You can find more information on the City’s Climate Action Page, or sign up for our regular email newsletter to get more frequent updates.