There is still time to have your say on plans by Denbighshire County Council to tackle climate and ecological change.
Last year the council declared a climate change and ecological emergency which included a commitment to make the authority net carbon zero by 2030, enhance biodiversity across the county and call on the Welsh and UK governments to provide assistance and resources to enable the council to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A public engagement event was held earlier this year asking for the public’s views and now they can have their say on the council’s draft Climate and Ecological Change Strategy which covers the years 2021/22 – 2029/30.
Members of the public can complete an online survey to give their feedback on the document up until December 7 at https://countyconversation.denbighshire.gov.uk/project/560
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