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London Borough of Camden

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… the climate crisis.   Across its three sessions, the citizens’ assembly heard a range of evidence outlining the facts  of the climate and ecological crisis and the ways in which it can be tackled, before developing  and agreeing 17 actions that should be taken by residents, community groups, businesses  and the council in Camden.   The Home  The Neighbourhood  The Council  1. Encourage low carbon

… out the current situation. ​Professor Mark  Maslin​ – University College London – presented the science of climate change and its  ecological impacts and ​Chris Dunham​ – Carbon Descent – presented the current CO2  emissions in Camden and where the borough might get to in 2030.  Following each presentation, assembly members considered the key points that had been  raised, noting these down…

…  The third, and final, session focused on assembly members prioritising, developing and  agreeing actions that should be taken in the home, neighbourhood and council.   Three experts were on hand throughout the day to answer questions and offer advice to  assembly members:  ● Chris Dunham​, Carbon Descent  ● Joanna Marshall-Cook​, University College London  ● Dee Searle​, Climate Emergency Camden…

…. Encourage low carbon dietary choices  86%  14%  2. Make all new homes carbon zero  96%  4%  3. Create more green space on residential streets  89%  11%  4. Fit solar panels on as many homes as possible  100%  0%  5. Campaign to make CO2 reduction fun  94%  6%  Neighbourhood  6. Plant more trees and create more allotments  98%  2%  7. Pilot a community energy heating scheme  98%  2%  8. Install…

… in the annex.            12      3.1. Home  The citizens’ assembly agreed five actions at the level of the Home. All received a clear  majority of support, but the action that received the most significant support – with 78% of  assembly members in strong agreement – was to “fit solar panels on as many homes as  possible.''   1. Encourage low carbon dietary choices  Schools, shops, supermarkets…


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