Nottingham City Council is asking for your views on becoming the UK’s first carbon neutral city and the actions and aims we have proposed to get there.
Nottingham City Council has already reduced city wide CO2 emissions by above 41% since 2005, surpassing previous carbon reduction targets
However, the city still emitted 1.17 million tonnes of CO2 in 2017, enough to drive the average car 6 billion miles!
Now, Nottingham must go further to reduce emissions and lower its carbon footprint to play our part in preventing a dangerously warmer world.
The draft Carbon Neutral Action Plan builds on the Nottingham 2028 Carbon Neutral Charter by setting out high-level objectives in order to achieve a resilient and sustainable carbon-neutral Nottingham by 2028.
By taking part in this online survey, your feedback will be used to ensure that the Carbon Neutral Action Plan takes into account and supports the actions people and organisations are already taking or want to take, can identify other opportunities for action, select priorities and enable and empower more action to take place.