Meeting on ‘How can Derby City Council tackle the climate crisis? ‘

We all know that the threat of climate breakdown is real and will have enormous consequences in all sorts of ways.
Derby Climate Coalition is holding a face-to-face meeting 
  at St Peters Church, St Peters Street, Derby, 7:00 pm on Tuesday October the third – 
which will give us an opportunity to talk with elected members and officers from Derby City Council about what the Council is planning to do to tackle the carbon emissions across the city. It is not about the Council’s own carbon footprint (which is less than two per cent of the city emissions), nor is it about what individuals can do about their own carbon footprint. 

Here is the agenda 

  • The vision for Derby
  • The city’s   carbon emissions
  • The proposed sustainability and environment board
  • The A38 and the Council  
  • The climate forum  

These topics will be introduced by  
Carmel Swan, the member of the Cabinet responsible for climate and transport 
Rachel North, Deputy Chief Executive of the Council  

Other officers, and hopefully councillors, will be in attendance.  
Places will be limited. So please book a place here

Refreshments available from 6.30 pm.