Community Consultation on Nottingham’s Carbon Neutral Action Plan


Saturday 14th March, 9:30am-12:30pm
Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens

Calling all Nottingham city residents! Nottingham City Council is asking for your views on becoming the UK’s first carbon neutral city and the actions proposed to get there.
Nottingham City Council has an ambitious target to see the city become Carbon Neutral by 2028. There have already been city wide reductions in CO2 emissions by above 41% since 2005, surpassing previous carbon reduction targets. However, the city still emitted 1.17 million tonnes of CO2 in 2017, enough to drive the average car 6 billion miles! The council is now asking residents for their views on becoming the UK’s first carbon neutral city and the actions and aims proposed to get there.

The draft Carbon Neutral Action Plan builds on the Nottingham 2028 Carbon Neutral Charter by setting out high-level objectives in order to achieve a resilient and sustainable carbon-neutral Nottingham by 2028.

This event is a chance to hear more about what’s already been done, find out more about the draft plan and tell the council more about how you think carbon netural can be achieved.

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Find out more about the draft Carbon Neutral Action Plan.

After the event there will be a CCAN Networking event in the same venue. Nottingham residents are welcome to attend either or both events. Please book for each separately.

You can also respond to the plan via this online survey.