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Local Authority Climate Emergency Declarations

Local Authority Climate Emergency Declarations

Strategic and practical considerations for climate emergency declarations, targets and action plans

 

When a council declares a ‘climate emergency; it is signifying the urgency which it places organisationally on tackling climate change.    There has to be an understanding of what declaring a climate emergency can do, when to use it and how it can be used. This latest APSE Energy research publication provides guidance on the scope of  climate emergency motions ( what will be included in the declaration ) and how to develop a coherent action plan through all levels of the organisation in the short, medium and long term. It also suggests the numerous platforms through which climate action can be addressed including financial planning, frontline services and of course energy efficiency and renewables.

This publication will be available to all APSE Energy members without charge and a link will be sent separately. Non APSE Energy members may purchase the document. For further information contact Phil Brennan, Head of APSE Energy on 0161 772 1810 or at pbrennan@apse.org.uk.

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Promoting excellence in public services

APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) is a not for profit unincorporated association working with over 300 councils throughout the UK. Promoting excellence in public services, APSE is the foremost specialist in local authority frontline services, hosting a network for frontline service providers in areas such as waste and refuse collection, parks and environmental services, cemeteries and crematorium, environmental health, leisure, school meals, cleaning, housing and building maintenance.

 

 

 

 

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