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Businesses encouraged to have their say on Climate Emergency plans

19 November 2020

Cheshire West and Chester Council has published a draft Climate Emergency Response Plan and Carbon Management Plan setting out the scale of the challenge that we face as a borough to tackle climate change and the actions we can take, collectively, to become carbon neutral. 

The Climate Emergency Response plan focuses on six key themes, including business premises and engagement, and sets out the current situation for each of these areas and the targets for the borough. Under each theme, the plan includes local actions the Council will take and how it will work with partners and the Government to achieve these targets, whilst also providing clear advice how residents and businesses can play their part to help achieve carbon neutrality. 

The draft plans are available to view online on the Council’s website and residents, businesses and community groups are encouraged to send in their feedback and views on the proposed plans by the 6 January 2021 by emailing: climatechange@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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