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COP26 Resources for school

The Together for our Planet campaign and WWF are working together to deliver two climate change packs to schools across the UK ahead of COP26.

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Zero carbon advice and support for SMEs

A few websites have been developed and launched recently to help and support small & medium enterprises with their journey to Net Zero.

Resources from True North Sustainability

North East firm True North Sustainability, a partner and supporter of NEECCo has a range of resources to support organisations and business become more sustainable. Climate change course ½ day IEMA approved course run through  Northumbria University Carbon… Read More

Climate action: council plans

LGA (Local Government Association) are collecting council climate change action plans for councils to compare with one another. Follow the link for further information. https://www.local.gov.uk/our-support/climate-change/climate-action-council-plans

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COP26 – How to get involved

For the first time, the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 1-12 November 2021. The climate talks will be the biggest international summit the UK has ever hosted; bringing together… Read More

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Putting People at the heart of the Green transition

This collection of essays sets out a number of examples of what a just transition
and a Green New Deal could mean for different sectors of the economy
and parts of the country and suggests how it could be delivered in a way that would secure widespread public support.

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Zero Carbon Britain – executive summary

Zero Carbon Britain: Rising to the Climate Emergency models a technically robust endpoint where we have achieved net zero greenhouse gas emissions – let’s call this ‘zero carbon’. Our work clearly demonstrates that we already have the tools and technology needed to efficiently power the UK with 100% renewable energy, to feed ourselves sustainably and so to play our part in leaving a safe and habitable climate for our children and future generations.