Net Zero Carbon - The Big Green Plan

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In May 2019 members of this Council voted to declare a climate emergency, and in July 2019 members voted to create an action plan to steer Pembrokeshire County Council towards becoming a net zero-carbon local authority by 2030.

The plan is the first step in a range of measures the Council is looking at, to help address climate change.

As a starting point, this action plan outlines a pragmatic route towards the Council becoming a net zero-carbon local authority by 2030. It is intended to be a living document and will evolve over time. This is a long-term plan for the next ten years and, as such, more proposals will be added as it develops. Further technological breakthroughs will inevitably come forward in due course, but the most important thing is that the Council has started on this crucial path.

You will find a copy of the Action Plan and an EASIER TO READ version on this page.

We want everyone in our communities to be involved in this journey. We look forward to reducing emissions from our own activities and, more widely, to working with partners in order to bring about equal change.

Thank you very much for all the ideas and suggestions you have posted so far. We have published a FEEDBACK RESPONSE document on the page to help keep the discussion going.

We have THREE BIG QUESTIONS for you:

▪ Are there other things you think the Council could be doing to help?

▪ What are / could you being doing in your school / workplace / community organisation to help?

▪ What are / could you do to help?

If you'd like to give feedback and / or get involved please make a submission on the Ideas Board below.

You will be asked to Register or Sign In to submit an Idea. If you experience any difficulties please email surveys@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Alternatively please print off a hard copy THREE BIG QUESTIONS form and return to surveys@pembrokeshire.gov.uk or Pembrokeshire County Council, Policy, County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP

In May 2019 members of this Council voted to declare a climate emergency, and in July 2019 members voted to create an action plan to steer Pembrokeshire County Council towards becoming a net zero-carbon local authority by 2030.

The plan is the first step in a range of measures the Council is looking at, to help address climate change.

As a starting point, this action plan outlines a pragmatic route towards the Council becoming a net zero-carbon local authority by 2030. It is intended to be a living document and will evolve over time. This is a long-term plan for the next ten years and, as such, more proposals will be added as it develops. Further technological breakthroughs will inevitably come forward in due course, but the most important thing is that the Council has started on this crucial path.

You will find a copy of the Action Plan and an EASIER TO READ version on this page.

We want everyone in our communities to be involved in this journey. We look forward to reducing emissions from our own activities and, more widely, to working with partners in order to bring about equal change.

Thank you very much for all the ideas and suggestions you have posted so far. We have published a FEEDBACK RESPONSE document on the page to help keep the discussion going.

We have THREE BIG QUESTIONS for you:

▪ Are there other things you think the Council could be doing to help?

▪ What are / could you being doing in your school / workplace / community organisation to help?

▪ What are / could you do to help?

If you'd like to give feedback and / or get involved please make a submission on the Ideas Board below.

You will be asked to Register or Sign In to submit an Idea. If you experience any difficulties please email surveys@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Alternatively please print off a hard copy THREE BIG QUESTIONS form and return to surveys@pembrokeshire.gov.uk or Pembrokeshire County Council, Policy, County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP

Page last updated: 23 Feb 2022, 01:03 PM