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Residents asked to highlight attitudes to climate change

August 10, 2021 9:47 PM
By Rugby Lib Dems

Climate ChaneRugby Borough Council has launched a survey to gauge Rugbeians' understanding of climate change and the effect it has on their lives.

With the United Nations this week (w/c 9 August) announcing that the climate emergency has now become critical, the council is preparing its climate change strategy and now wants to understand residents' perceptions of the emergency, how prepared they are to respond to the emergency, and how the council can support residents to shift to a net zero future.

The survey will be followed in September by a Climate Change Summit to be hosted by the council. The summit will draw together key community and voluntary organisations, residents and community leaders. It will highlight ways that residents can lessen their impact on climate change as well as update participants on steps the council is taking.

Residents can find out more and complete the survey at www.rugby.gov.uk/climatesurvey