NALC attends Net Zero Leicestershire event


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) attended the Leicestershire and Rutland Association of Local Councils (LRALC) and Leicestershire County Council (LCC) annual Net Zero Leicestershire event on 3 July 2023.

The event allowed presenters to showcase initiatives towards achieving net zero emissions and for local (parish and town) councils to share their progress and ideas such as a repair café. 

Jonathan Owen, NALC’s chief executive, spoke at the event highlighting the work local councils are doing nationally towards achieving net zero. 

Achieving net zero is essential in tackling climate change. NALC declared a climate emergency at its Annual Conference in October 2019. NALC is committed to guiding and supporting local councils in the fight against climate change.

Net Zero Leicestershire is a commitment from LCC to address climate change through becoming a net zero council by 2030 and working with Leicestershire people and organisations such as LRALC to become a net zero county by 2045 or before.

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