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London Borough of Southwark

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… responsible for the Climate Emergency and Sustainable Development, this question is very much at the forefront of my mind, as we seek to implement our Climate Emergency declaration and work towards our ambition of being a carbon neutral borough by 2030. We set up the Citizens’ Jury, as a core plank of our response, because we know that we need to draw on all of the ideas and expertise that exists…

… convinced that a greener, carbon- neutral Southwark, will also be a better and fairer Southwark. Improving our air quality, lowering energy bills, improving our parks and green spaces, delivering safer streets, and reducing waste, are just some of the benefits that come with climate action. The message from the Jury’s report is clear – the time for action is now – and we will continue to work…

… unavoidable. In 2021, Southwark Council agreed to fund the citizens’ jury as part of their declaration of a climate emergency and their strategy to achieve net-zero by 2030.…

… of ideas and circulated to help with recommendation development later on in the process. They then had an opportunity to share and discuss these initial thoughts in small groups. Cara Jenkinson: Cities Manager, Ashden Aaron Gillich: London Southbank University Aneaka Kellay: Carbon Co-op Richard Blyth: Royal Association of Town Planners…


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