Taxonomy Results for 'Climate Emergency'
What Can You Do To Tackle Climate ChangeEveryone can do something to reduce their carbon footprint - here are some suggestions.Published: Monday, 16th January 2023Last Modified: Monday, 16th January 2023
Council Supports Local Electricity BillThe town council is supporting a campaign for more local, clean energy generation to benefit local communities.Published: Wednesday, 13th November 2019Last Modified: Wednesday, 13th November 2019
Eco-Audit Press Release 15.11.2250% reduction energy consumption Town Hall. Reconfiguration of heating zones, installation of digital timers & control zones, heat reflection techniques and infra-red heating solutions. ¾ Million sheets of paper no longer used - a 60% reduction in paper consumption and all remaining paper recycled. A reduction in trees consumed for photocopying and printing. 200 Communi-Trees planted. A drop from 14.7 Million to just 9.4 Million litres of mains water consumption. No burning of green waste.Published: Tuesday, 15th November 2022Last Modified: Tuesday, 15th November 2022
Leaky Homes Roadshow - 24 NovemberThere's still time to sign up if you live in the Newtown, Hilltop and Townsend areasPublished: Tuesday, 22nd November 2022Last Modified: Tuesday, 22nd November 2022
Community Climate CafeA welcoming and friendly space has been created to help Chesham rise to the challenge of the Climate Emergency.Published: Monday, 12th June 2023Last Modified: Monday, 12th June 2023
Show Your Stripes Day21st June is a chance to start discussions about climate change.Published: Wednesday, 21st June 2023Last Modified: Wednesday, 21st June 2023
Eco-Audit April 2020An audit of the carbon footprint and ecological impact of the town council's activities, plus actions to reduce our negative impacts on the environment (PDF, 233 KB).Published: Thursday, 10th September 2020Last Modified: Thursday, 10th September 2020