Environment: Becoming the green capital of the capital

The consultation has now closed.  We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the conversation. 

Over the coming weeks we will be reviewing your comments and thinking about how we can use your ideas as part of our plans for the borough.

Please continue to visit One Borough Voice for further updates.

Like many other local authorities, we have declared a climate change emergency. We recognise that everyone needs to play their part in tackling climate change. We will play ours by aiming to doing whatever we can to become the Green Capital of the Capital; a carbon neutral council by 2030, and a carbon neutral Borough by 2050. This means recycling more, decarbonising our energy system, improving the energy efficiency of our homes and buildings, improving the quality of our air, and creating new, green economy jobs.

Take a look at our initial proposals below to learn more about our plans; and tell us what you think!

Like many other local authorities, we have declared a climate change emergency. We recognise that everyone needs to play their part in tackling climate change. We will play ours by aiming to doing whatever we can to become the Green Capital of the Capital; a carbon neutral council by 2030, and a carbon neutral Borough by 2050. This means recycling more, decarbonising our energy system, improving the energy efficiency of our homes and buildings, improving the quality of our air, and creating new, green economy jobs.

Take a look at our initial proposals below to learn more about our plans; and tell us what you think!