Tags: Climate Change
How to have a low impact Xmas - from GiKi
Seasonal celebrations can be a hard time to reduce our impact. There is a lot of temptation, and no one wants to be ungenerous!
We have some tips for reducing our impact when giving more sustainable gifts.
Ask someone what they want before buying a gift.
Give them the gift receipt so they can exchange it if needed.
Don't impulse buy
Don't buy two gifts when one will do
Think how often, and for how long,... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 20 Dec 2022 12:31 by Pete Strange
Sustainable Energy & EVCs - Do Local Councils have the Power?
Many local councils are considering energy generation as part of their commitment towards their carbon reduction. But without the General Power of Competence, many Councils are challenged in ensuring they have specific powers to legally support their initiatives. This LTN considers the options for councils.
Posted: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 10:25 by Gabbie Joyce
NALC publishes new report on climate change
NALC has published its new report on what can local councils do on climate change.
The report aimed to paint an accurate picture of how climate change is being tackled by local (parish and town) councils and identify the challenges they face. In doing so, NALC can better understand how to support local councils in creating more sustainable communities.
The research found that 38% of participating councils... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 02 Nov 2021 09:15 by Kevin Bacon
Well-being Initiative Updates
Catch up with our latest Well-being Initiative & Climate Action Project.
Posted: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 13:30 by Kevin Bacon
Climate Change - a useful Workbook
A new workbook titled "A Councillor's Workbook on Acting on Climate Change" has been added to the Documents.
This workbook is a learning aid for councillors on the roles, opportunities and drivers for council-led action on the changing climate, both to reduce local carbon emissions and to build resilience to extreme weather. It sets out the benefits for local people and places – lower bills, opportunities... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 05 Feb 2020 09:30 by Kevin Bacon