Conservative led Wokingham Borough Council is inspiring local authorities across the country to make changes and help us as a country to reach carbon neutrality. We cannot achieve this without our residents and businesses and we’re committed to supporting them to improve their energy efficiency.
Conservative-led Wokingham Borough Council has reaffirmed its commitment to reducing the use of single use plastics across the borough after successfully overcoming an unprecedented set back due to Covid-19 restrictions.
To coincide with national Clean Air Day (8 October 2020), Wokingham Borough Council has today launched a children’s design competition to encourage drivers across the borough to switch off their engines when stationary.
Our borough’s young people are already incredibly engaged on the topic of the climate emergency and we hope they enjoy this conference as young people are key in leading behaviour change across the borough.
The green homes grant is a fantastic opportunity for our residents to save money on a home improvement which will then save them money year on year. And, they’ll be helping to reduce residential carbon emissions across the borough and get the council closer to our goal of being carbon neutral by 2030.