Cambridge City Council seeks residents’ views on tackling climate change

5th November 2020

Cambridge City Council has launched public consultation and engagement to inform its new Climate Change Strategy for the next five years. As part of the consultation the council is seeking residents’ views on how carbon emissions from Cambridge can be reduced and how the city can reach net zero emissions.

Residents can contribute their views to the consultation by attending one of five online workshops that the council is holding during November, or through responding to a consultation survey available on the council’s website.

Cllr Rosy Moore, Executive Councillor for Climate Change, Environment and City Centre, said: “I really encourage residents in Cambridge to take part in the workshops and respond to the consultation. We really want to hear your views on the changes needed for Cambridge to become a net zero carbon city.”