Reference: Date: Mon, 02/22/2021 East Cambridgeshire District Council is urging all residents to submit their suggestions to help the council reach net zero carbon emissions before their February 28th deadline. The Ideas Forum, which is the place where residents can submit their comments, has reopened to collect suggestions ahead of the formation of the Council’s…
The divestment announcement includes a commitment from the College to net zero carbon emissions before 2050
Reference: Date: Thu, 02/11/2021 East Cambridgeshire District Council’s commitment to reaching net zero carbon emissions has been illustrated by the green goals it has reached this year. Following the declaration of a climate emergency, the Council created an Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan which set out the authority’s top 20 actions for tackling…
It will take a science-based approach to cut absolute emissions.
Zero Carbon Communities Grant scheme to fund green recovery
Aimed at leaders and practitioners in the fields of finance and business, this panel will explore the role of the finance industry – and sustainable finance in particular – in building zero carbon, equitable and sustainable economies post COVID-19.
Councillors have taken the next steps towards achieving net zero carbon emissions by switching council buildings and car parks to a renewable energy scheme.
Reference: Date: Wed, 10/14/2020 East Cambridgeshire District Council is making its next steps towards net zero carbon emissions by making two big green energy switches for its buildings and car parks. Since 1st October, the Council’s head office, the Grange and its commercial buildings based in Ely and Littleport have switched to a 100 percent…
The decision is a victory for Cambridge Zero Carbon and Exctinction Rebellion – but they say action should be taken more quickly.
Activist groups, including Cambridge Zero Carbon and Extinction Rebellion Cambridge, have responded to today’s announcement that the University aims to fully divest from fossil fuel corporations by 2030