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The Big Leeds Climate Conversation

Last year, a landmark report by the United Nations warned that--unless urgent action is taken--the opportunity to avoid the worst effects of climate change will be missed. We are also seeing a catastrophic decline in bees and other pollinating insects and an increasing number of threatened and endangered species.
In response to these findings, Leeds City Council has formally declared a climate emergency and committed to work towards becoming a carbon-neutral city by 2030.
As part of our response to the climate emergency, the council has announced plans for 'The Big Leeds Climate Conversation', which is a mass engagement campaign with every community in Leeds to develop a citywide plan for tackling climate change, delivered in partnership with the independent Leeds Climate Commission.

Please join us at one of the below events where we will have child-friendly activities and interesting facts about how you can help Leeds become a carbon-neutral city.

Plus, have your say on what you think Leeds should do to become a happier, healthier and more sustianable city.

 

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