How does your organisation engage with people to reduce carbon emissions - and what are the main barriers to engagement? Leeds Climate Commission has developed an online survey to audit existing communication and engagement activity across the city to find out what low carbon measures organisations have already been undertaken or are planned.
Leeds City Council is looking for people living, working and commuting in Leeds and the wider region to have their say on proposals to reduce air pollution and protect the health of people in the city. The public consultation runs until 2 March 2018.
Public responses to the consultation will shape the council’s final air quality proposal which will be presented to the government later in the year.
Seminar by Leeds Civic Trust, open to all, to hear about and discuss Leeds City Council's Clean Air Zone proposals. Speakers include Cllr Lucinda Yeadon, Deputy Leader of Leeds City Council; Neil Evans, Director of Resources and Housing and Polly Cook, Executive Programme Manager, both Leeds City Council and Dr James Tate, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. Chaired by Peg Alexander
A comprehensive database of Climate Resilience policies, programmes and documents has been compiled by University of Leeds student Lauren Fraser, including climate change adaptation action plans, reports on enhancing resilience weather and UK climate change projections by the Met Office. The data has been published on Data Mill North. Read a report here.
You are invited to the official launch of Leeds Community Homes' Community-Led Housing Hub on Wednesday 31st January 2018.
31st January is the anniversary of the successful community share issue, which raised £360,000 to build the first affordable, people powered homes.
The event will be hosted at a new space in Leeds which will be the Hub for groups in Leeds City Region who are doing or want to do community led housing projects.