Published: Wednesday, 11th March 2020
We need you to tell us what you think we should prioritise when we’re developing our carbon neutral plan.
We’ve created a short consultation about our climate emergency priorities to make it easy for you to get involved. It’s open until 31 March and you can fill it in as a Royal Greenwich resident or a business based in the borough. Questions are grouped into three themes - people, places and organisations - and it would really help us if you answer as many questions as you can.
In June 2019, the Council set an ambitious target to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030, that’s 20 years ahead of the national target! We commissioned a report that identified over 30 priority actions that we can take to achieve this goal, but we need your help.
We know we cannot do this alone so we're also setting up a Climate Emergency Network for residents, community leaders and organisations within the borough to get involved. You can sign up to the Network to receive updates about what steps we are taking and how you can do your bit for Royal Greenwich.