Glasgow’s Climate Emergency Implementation Plan is now out for consultation. They want to hear as many views as possible on the actions they are proposing to get Glasgow to carbon neutrality by 2030. The deadline for submitting is 17 Jan 2021.

What do they want to know?

The Climate Emergency Implementation Plan sets a course for further action, and describes the means by which a city and its people will face the extraordinary challenges of the global climate emergency.

The Glasgow City council are looking to undertake this consultation to engage and galvanise local organisations, businesses, communities and citizens to inform the development of the proposed Climate Emergency Implementation Plan and support its delivery.

The Conversation aims to raise awareness of the Climate Emergency and the key issues facing the city. This will include opportunities for early action on health & wellbeing, economy and natural environment.  This will also include, engaging Glaswegians in relation to Glasgow and Scotland’s emission reduction aims, low carbon behaviours and actions required at all levels to achieve these aims.

In particular, this process will allow the council to gather feedback on the plan’s proposed actions, thematic approach and level of ambition. This will be undertaken through this survey and a series of public Climate Emergency Conversations, allowing all organisations and individuals in Glasgow to participate.

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