Wiltshire Council is giving residents, businesses and local groups in the county the opportunity to have their say on our draft Climate Strategy, which will help to shape the next five years of the council’s action on climate change.
From Wednesday 1 September to 11.59pm on Sunday 17 October, people can comment on the draft strategy, which covers seven delivery themes: transport; built environment; waste; green economy; energy generation, storage and distribution; natural environment, food and farming and carbon neutral council.
At the same time, Wiltshire Council will also be consulting on ‘Our Natural Environment Plan’ – A Green and Blue Infrastructure (GBI) Strategy for Wiltshire, which looks at the future for Wiltshire’s natural environmental assets focussing on the need to address climate change adaptation and mitigation, halt and reverse biodiversity loss and contribute to the health and wellbeing of Wiltshire’s residents.
For more information, please click on the attached Briefing Note No. 21-15. Below is also a direct link to the consultation page, and an attached Community Environmental Toolkit.