Derbyshire Climate Change Charter

Derbyshire County Council presents its first Climate Change Charter. This document sets out how they intend to progress the climate change agenda in Derbyshire throughout the period 2014-2019. The Climate Change Charter builds upon the excellent work already being undertaken by the council in its efforts to reduce its emissions and lessen the effects of climate change. It will help them to continue and improve on the work they have already done and will also contribute to national targets of reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.

The Charter has been developed in conjunction with the Derbyshire Partnership Forum (DPF) to allow a wider community action plan to be developed. The aim is to encourage
and enable the businesses and communities of Derbyshire to do their bit for the environment and help us all to reduce our carbon footprint thus protecting future generations from the hazards of climate change.

View the Derbyshire Climate Change Charter 2014-2019





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