Leeds can become a carbon neutral city by 2050 - and could potentially achieve the 2030 target in the climate emergency motion passed by councillors on 27 March - according to a new “carbon roadmap” report published by Leeds Climate Commission.
Leeds City Council has passed a Motion to declare a climate emergency in the city.
The majority vote, for a White Paper Motion presented by Council Leader, Cllr Judith Blake, was passed at a full Council meeting on 27 March 2019.
The resolution included working to make Leeds carbon neutral by 2030.
A breakfast briefing for members of the business community in Leeds (organisations with 50+ employees) that will provide an opportunity to contribute to shaping the City’s new Waste Strategy,
Join Cllr Judith Blake, Leader of Leeds City Council, and James Rogers, Director of Communities and Environment, to share your perspective on waste and recycling in the city, explore the challenges businesses face and establish what influences business owners have to take advantage of money saving opportunities.
Join Dr. Milena Buchs from the Priestley International Centre for Climate (University of Leeds) to find out how you can shrink your environmental footprint in ways that will benefit you, your family and the planet.
This talk is jointly presented with Leeds Climate Commission.
Free event for adults. Book your place here.
Leeds Climate Commission is running a capacity building programme of workshops to help Leeds organisations secure investment in energy efficiency and low carbon projects. The free programme is for medium sized businesses (ca. 50-250 employees) and will run from March to June.
“In Leeds we are fully committed to creating a zero carbon, climate resilient city, and the Leeds Climate Commission takes us another step closer to this."
Cllr Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council