Cornwall Council Climate Change Survey

Jun 18, 2019 | News

After Cornwall Council declared a climate emergency earlier this year they are now working on a plan for how to help Cornwall become carbon neutral by 2030.

Cornwall Council would like to know what people’s priorities for tackling climate change are and asking for people to complete their survey.

For more information about what Cornwall Council are doing on Climate Change and to complete their survey please link here

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