NALC launches a new publication on climate change


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has today launched a new publication on climate change at its Leaders talk: Rebuilding sustainable communities online event.

The case study publication highlights the excellent work that local (parish and town) councils do to tackle climate change in their communities. The publication demonstrates how local councils have used different methods from implementing plastic-free initiatives to solar panels, wind farms and community-wide projects.

The case studies include examples from both large and small local councils from across England, illustrating how communities can unite to tackle climate change.

Cllr Sue Baxter, NALC chairman, said: "Climate change is an important campaign for NALC. I hope this publication can be used by local councils to help start tackling climate change in their communities. The case studies feature some great cases of solar panels, reusable energy, introducing plastic-free initiatives and electric cars. I cannot stress enough how essential it is that that councils embrace the climate change principles and be an example for the sector."

Read the publication and find out more about NALC's climate change work

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