A message from Camden Council:
Whilst we have been working hard to support everyone who lives, works or studies in the borough during these difficult times, we have not stopped our efforts to make our borough more sustainable. Therefore, we are contacting you with an update on two sustainability initiatives – the launch of our new Climate Action Plan and an invitation to respond to our fuel-burning survey.
Camden Climate Action Plan launch – Thursday 02 July (6pm to 7pm)
Earlier this month we released the Camden Climate Action Plan – our shared plan for how we will address the climate crisis and continue to work alongside residents, businesses, schools and our voluntary sector organisations to make Camden a zero-carbon borough by 2030.
The Climate Action Plan is a culmination of extensive engagement, including the UK’s first Citizen’s Assembly on the climate crisis, which we held in July of last year. The plan proposes an ambitious five-year programme of projects and activities around the themes of People, Places, Buildings and Organisations that deliver on the 17 Citizens’ Assembly recommendations and brings to life the vision of a zero-carbon Camden.
Join us this Thursday 02 July (6pm to 7pm) to learn more about the plan and activities already going on that are contributing to delivering this ambitious plan.
Please follow the link to register: Climate Action Plan Launch – Thursday 2 July
Fuel-burning in Camden survey
Camden Council has committed to achieving the World Health Organization air quality guidelines by 2030, to ensure that Camden citizens no longer suffer ill health as a result of the air they breathe. To reach these ambitious objectives we must work collectively to reduce air pollution from sources within Camden, whilst leading by example and pushing for enhanced protections for public health in national and international law.
Domestic wood and coal-burning is a source of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), and we are running a short 5-minute anonymous survey to learn more about Camden residents’ use of wood and coal fuels at home.
Please follow the link to complete the survey and help inform our work to improve air quality and protect public health: Fuel-burning in Camden survey