Tackling the impact of climate change in Charnwood 2014-2017
Climate Local helps us to better understand the benefits of tackling climate change. They address the risks and pursue the opportunities presented by a changing climate, in line with local priorities, through their role as:
Community Leader – helping local people and businesses to be smarter about their energy use and prepare for climate impacts
Service Provider – delivering services that are resource efficient, less carbon intensive, resilient and that protect those who are most vulnerable to climate impacts
Estate Manager - ensuring our own buildings and operations are resource efficient, use clean energy and are well prepared for the impacts of a changing climate.
Climate Local in Charnwood
Details on how we plan to tackle the impact of climate change in Charnwood can be found in the Charnwood Climate Local Brouchure for 2014-2017.
- Climate Local progress report - 2017 (PDF Document, 0.89 Mb)
We have signed Climate Local to declare our intention to:
- Set locally-owned commitments and actions to reduce carbon emissions and to manage climate impacts.
- Publish our commitments, actions and progress, enabling local communities to hold us to account.
- Share our experiences and achievements with other councils
- Regularly refresh our commitments and actions to ensure that they are current and continue to reflect local priorities.
Government plug-in car scheme
You can get a grant towards the cost of each new electric (plug-in) car or van you buy, if it meets certain conditions.
Grants are available for:
- 35% off the cost of a car, up to a maximum of £5,000
- 20% off the cost of a van, up to a maximum of £8,000
For more information on the Government plug-in car scheme visit the Gov.uk website.
- Climate Local Action Plan March 2014 (PDF Document, 0.74 Mb)
Last updated: Thu 30th March, 2017 @ 13:27