Join with other employers, organisations and councils in our District determined to work together to deliver an urgent response to the climate emergency. Winchester District is currently a backmarker on the road to zero carbon, a challenge to our reputation as one of the country’s most desirable places to live and work. We can do better!
Good reasons to endorse the pledge
- support the climate emergency declared by City and County Councils
- respond to unprecedented public concern about climate change
- clean up our legacy for younger generations
- respect the moral imperative of climate justice
We pledge to work with other employers, organisations and councils to ensure that Winchester becomes one of the first districts to achieve a net-zero carbon footprint.
This is an initiative of Winchester Action on Climate Change, seeking to build a coalition of organisations willing to work together towards our vision of a net-zero carbon local economy.
Notes about the chart
- Source of data is the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, June 2019
- The net-zero 2050 target is the median of a range indicated in Net Zero – The UK’s contribution to stopping global warming, a report by the Committee on Climate Change
- There are 192 districts in the two-tier county/district structure of local authorities in England. These exclude Metropolitan Districts.
- Per capita emissions take into account all domestic, commercial and transport sources of published data for the District and are the best available indicator of progress towards net-zero carbon.
- published data excludes emissions relating to flights and to the consumption of net imported goods and materials
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