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Durham County Council

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…, and the environment to facilitate a truly Green recovery. Carbon reduction must also be central to the ‘Levelling Up’ agenda and other funding bids across the County that are central to the regeneration agenda. Being Community and People Centred If County Durham is to successfully tackle climate change, everyone will have to have an opportunity to have their say and be heard, no matter their circumstances, age…

… or have their say on what we’re doing as we work together towards a carbon neutral future. Addressing the Ecological Emergency County Durham’s natural environment has a vital role to play in tackling climate change. Where they are healthy, our ecosystems can take up and store a significant amount of carbon in soils, sediments, and vegetation. However, the destruction and degradation of our natural…

… and restoring County Durham’s natural and semi-natural habitats and managing them for nature, we can aid nature recovery and store more carbon. This will also deliver co-benefits for climate change adaptation, improved soil health, water management, and for our own health and wellbeing. Nature based solutions will therefore be implemented which address both the climate emergency and ecological emergency…

… Agreement On 1st November 2021, to coincide with the opening of COP 26 in Glasgow, local leaders in Durham held our own Conference of Partners and launched a new County Durham Climate Change Agreement, which all organisations in the County are invited to sign up to. The wording of the Agreement reads: ‘We agree to work together as a partnership of organisations across County Durham to tackle climate

Climate Change Strategy and Emergency Response Plan 2022-24 climate change strategy and emergency response plan 2022-24 “This is not just a Durham County Council ambition, this is an ambition that is shared by all our partners, and we want everyone to help to ensure we deliver”. Foreword Cllr Mark Wilkes Where do we want…


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