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Wyre Council

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… pumps and solar panels for renewable energy, as well as a new roof and many other insulation measures. The council have agreed to transition our fleet over to new HVO biofuel, which will help to make significant reductions estimated at up to 30% of our carbon footprint. We have also been named as the first Carbon Literate authority in Lancashire, following the roll out of Carbon Literacy

… that we can transition away from fossil fuels to a better low carbon future for Wyre, but we need help to make this happen. Where we are limited in our powers as a borough council, we look to the government, Lancashire County Council and our key stakeholders for funding and assistance. We also rely on our individuals, communities and businesses to get involved in cutting emissions where they can…

training to our staff to educate them on the basics of climate change and what they can do in their roles to make a difference. Within the community, we have invested in nature-based solutions to prevent local flooding in St Michael’s on Wyre and Churchtown, and work is well underway on a £40m Wyre Beach Management Scheme to protect thousands of homes from coastal flooding. I am hopeful…


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