Have your say on how East Renfrewshire should adapt to Climate Change.
We're a key member of Climate Ready Clyde - a group of 16 local authorities and partner organisations across the Glasgow City Region working together to look at the challenge of adapting to the effects of climate change at a regional level.
A new draft strategy setting out the group's advised approach has been published for consultation and you're encouraged to share your views.
The strategy seeks to ensure Glasgow City Region's economy, society and environment isn't only prepared, but continues to grow as we adapt to the effects of a changing climate.
The proposed strategy
- Outlines the processes and early stages needed to manage climate risks and realise opportunities
- Gives a strategic framework for adaptation in and by the Glasgow City Region to enable delivery
- Sets out how we'll increase collaboration and collective impact by working together and enabling residents and local organisations to play a role in realising the vision
- States how progress in increasing climate resilience will be monitored, reviewed and learnt from to improve policies, programmes and projects
The strategy will be supported by an action plan, which will contain concrete actions to be taken by the City Region (including East Renfrewshire) between 2020 and 2025.
You can find details of the consultation and a copy of the draft strategy on the Climate Ready Clyde website.