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Tell us what you think about the Council's Draft Climate and Ecological Change Strategy (2021/22 - 2029/30).

Denbighshire County Council declared a Climate and Ecological Emergency in July 2019 which committed the Council to become net carbon zero by 2030 and improve biodiversity. 

We ran a public engagement event in January and February 2020 asking for your feedback on the Council’s net carbon zero and ecologically positive goals and your ideas on how the Council can achieve them by 2030.

Building on your ideas we have worked with Members and Officers from across the Council to develop the Council’s Climate and Ecological Change Strategy (2021/22 – 2029/30).

This is the draft document we would be delighted if you would read and then answer the questions in this online survey.

You can read the strategy document by clicking the link below:

- Denbighshire County Council's Climate and Ecological Change Strategy (2021/22-2029/30)

We have also produced versions of the strategy document in different formats. These can be read by clicking the appropriate link below:

- Youth friendly version

- Easy read version

- Net Carbon Zero infographic summary

- Ecologically Positive infographic summary

The document explains what we mean by the goals net carbon zero and ecologically positive Council, how the Council is currently performing on both, what we hope 2030 will look like for the Council having achieved our goals and the changes and actions we hope to deliver over the next 9 years.

Your feedback will help shape the final version of the Council’s Climate and Ecological Change Strategy (2021/22 – 2029/30) which will then be voted on by Cabinet and Full Council in the New year on whether to adopt it or not.

We estimate the survey will take around 10 minutes to complete.

The survey closes on Monday 7th December 2020.

Your personal details provided will be managed in compliance with GDPR. For further information about how Denbighshire County Council processes personal data and your rights please see our privacy notice on our website - https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/privacy.