Final opportunity to take part in the draft Climate Change strategy survey

Time is running out to take part in the draft Climate Change strategy survey. East Riding of Yorkshire Council are seeking to gather public views via the survey after developing draft material for a Climate Change strategy.

Drop-in sessions scheduled to engage with residents on the draft Climate Change Strategy

The strategy will set out the local authority’s vision and ambitions around climate change across the East Riding and highlights opportunities for future action. 

All responses should be received no later than Sunday, 25 September 2022.

The council hopes that the strategy inspires residents to consider their own impact on the climate. Every action counts and success in tackling climate change can only be achieved by working together.

This survey has been created to gather public views on the draft material for the Climate Change strategy, so the council can create a document that truly reflects the views of residents on climate change across the authority area.

Ahead of completing the survey, the council would encourage residents to spend time reading through the summary document provided on the website, which sets out the key draft information for the Climate Change strategy.

Take part in the Climate Change strategy survey by visiting https://consultation.eastriding.gov.uk/s/DraftClimateChangeStrategyConsultation/

Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for environment and climate change at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “I would ask that residents take a few minutes to look at the draft material and let us know their views on climate change and the approach of the strategy.” 

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