In 2019, Telford & Wrekin Council declared a climate emergency. It is now working, along with partners, to go carbon neutral by 2030 – and to reduce single-use plastic across the council by 2023!

How can I get more information on climate change and what can I do to help?

We’re really keen for everyone to play their part in reducing carbon emissions in the borough and getting rid of single-use plastics.

Find out about the causes and impacts of climate change and learn how you can reduce your contribution to climate change :

  • Friends of the Earth - an environmental campaigning community dedicated to the wellbeing and protection of the natural world and everyone in it.
  • Surfers Against Sewage - a community dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves, beaches and wildlife.
  • The Met Office - climate change - including a climate change guide, news, policy and reference to other sources of information.
  • Faith for the Climate - exists to encourage, inspire and equip faith communities in their work on climate change.

For information and advice on climate change adaptation, visit:

For information on what you can do to reduce your carbon emissions, visit:

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Do you want to get involved, raise awareness and celebrate throughout the year?

Take a look at some of the annual campaigns and events you can join, take part in and share with your family, friends and colleagues to make a difference. You can find the details and dates on our website here.

We're also looking for Climate Change Champions to help lead sustainable change in the community.  If this opportunity appeals to you we'd love to hear from you.  More details, case studies and how to apply can be found here.

We’re looking for views and feedback on our climate change plans and to find out what your views are please email: sustainability@telford.gov.uk

 

 

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