Still time to respond to the Council’s draft Climate Change Challenge Plan
Residents are being thanked for sharing their views so far on the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Climate Change Challenge Plan and are reminded that there is still time for everyone to have their say as part of Project Zero.
The plan identifies several areas where changes can be made, including transport, food, waste, buildings, land and energy.
It also includes some of the work that is already underway.
Many have already responded via the online consultation, with others sharing their views on the Council’s social media pages and online focus groups. The final two sessions will take place on May 10 and 11 and the consultation period will finish on May 11, 2021.
Managing Director of the Vale of Glamorgan Council, Rob Thomas, said: “Tackling climate change continues to be one of our biggest challenges. The draft plan details the steps that the Council plans to take to address it.
“As an organisation, we are committed to reaching net-zero carbon by 2030. We want to lead by example, as well as help residents and partners to make positive changes. We’re asking for your views so the Council can best support these changes, as well as determine if our own initiatives are ambitious enough.
“We’re grateful to everyone who has shared their views so far and who has joined us on our online focus groups and would like to remind everyone that there is still time to respond.”
Residents and partners can find more details about Project Zero and the draft plan online. Feedback can be given via the online survey or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org