Camden citizens’ proposals focus on housing, transport and green space
Britain’s first climate assembly has agreed on 17 proposals for action to tackle the climate crisis, including installing solar panels on all available roofs and cutting fossil fuels out of local government developments.
The assembly, convened by Camden council in north London, brought together more than 50 residents and a team of climate experts to develop proposals that could be taken up by the council to reduce carbon emissions and increase sustainability.
Councils are embracing people power to take on the #ClimateEmergency while national govt flounders. Today Camden citizens are making recommendations for new climate action plan to take us to a zero carbon future, reported by @markriceoxley69 in @guardian https://t.co/oc4lVp3DZU pic.twitter.com/wTbBI8dus8