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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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… enough, fast enough, we will lobby national government for further powers and finance. We have made lots of progress and we have support from our community to move forward but there is much more to do. This action plan will continue to grow and develop, with delivery being led both by priority and funding availability. I will continue the Kingston Climate Conversation with residents and stakeholders…

… an impact. We have had success to date in terms of working closely with our local strategic partners, businesses, and community groups, as well as neighbouring boroughs, the Mayor of London and Central Government. We will enhance this focus and increasingly take a role as an influencer and facilitator for change in our borough. Wherever our powers or financial constraints make it difficult to go far…

… Background 5 The Council’s Role 6 Key principles of our refreshed approach: 6 The co-benefits of climate action 7 Adaptation 7 Engagement approach 8 Engagement - helping communities 9 Key next steps for engagement 10 Developing our collaboration networks 11 Financing action 12 Governance 13 Council governance 13 Place-based governance 14 Kingston’s updated Climate Action response 15 Theme 1: Efficient…

… to secure a Cleaner, Greener Kingston. As we move forward our approach to governance and monitoring our impact will be key to help everyone to understand the progress that Kingston is making and to enable us to refine our plans to match our ambition. As we embark on this journey we will continue to adapt and respond to learning, thereby giving us the greatest chance of achieving our ambition of carbon…

… on the role the Council should play, as well as recognition where others have a key role (from individual behaviours and lifestyles to government policy); ● Engaging communities in a new way will require a different role of the Council as a facilitator, bringing together and working with system partners, for example health, neighbouring authorities, businesses etc. ● This will also mean finding new ways…

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