Southwark Council, London

Tackling The Climate Emergency in Southwark

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160, Tooley Street, London, England, SE1 2QH

There are many ways to get involved in Southwark's work towards making the borough carbon neutral. Southwark Council declared a climate emergency in March 2019. In July 2020, they consulted on a draft climate change strategy. This set out their ambition to become carbon neutral by 2030. Southwark Council is committed to a set of actions across five priority areas: greener buildings, active and sustainable travel, thriving natural environment, a circular economy with green jobs, renewable energy. Every year they'll refresh their action plan to let you know how many actions they've completed and the challenges they are facing. Check out Southwark's action plan and climate change support strategies. You can also sign up to their newsletter.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
21 November 2022

Southwark’s citizen group is a great way to meet others and get involved in their climate change initiatives.


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