NALC launches a new event on fighting climate change with local action


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has added a new online event on fighting climate change with local council action, which takes place on 24 May 2023.

For many years, organisations such as Friends of the Earth encouraged communities to act globally and think locally to save the planet. Councils do not get any more local than local (parish and town) councils. But despite the warnings of extreme weather phenomena being a regular occurrence unless net zero is reached within a generation – to what extent are local councils heeding this call?

This event will unveil the latest environmental projects local councils across England have been involved in to increase biodiversity and make an impact in reducing climate change.

Join us to discover how a national stakeholder interested in rural sustainability works with communities to save the planet. Hear excellent case studies and get incredible tips to learn how your council can think globally and act locally in the fight against climate change.

The event is sponsored by BHIB Councils Insurance, Blachere Illumination and CCLA.

Find out more about this event and register your place

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