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South Tyneside Council

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…) South Tyneside Council’s “Climate Emergency” pledge Councils around the world are responding by declaring a “Climate Emergency”. South Tyneside Council recognises its role as part of this global community of Council’s to limit the impact of climate change by being proactive locally and demanding action from Government. To support this delivery we: Declare…

… a “Climate Emergency” Take all necessary steps to make South Tyneside Council carbon neutral by 2030. Lead by example by establishing South Tyneside Council as a champion for a carbon neutral future for the Borough. This will include using the Council’s advocacy role to influence actions across all our communities and across the region that promotes carbon reduction. Call…

… including the voluntary and community sector and will be considered by Council by 31 March 2020. This will include an Action Plan for the next five years. Prepare a report for Full Council on at least an annual basis setting out performance against agreed targets and recommending any amendments to the published Action Plan. Convene a “Climate Emergency” summit in 2020…

… and biodiversity Healthy ecosystems are fundamental to life on our planet; small changes in average temperatures can have a significant impact upon them. The climate emergency and biodiversity crisis we see today are inextricably linked. Nationally the impact of climate change has resulted in: Catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems, with more than 40…


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