The East Lothian Climate Change Strategy sets out how East Lothian Council will tackle climate change, and how the Council will work with others around East Lothian (including local communities, businesses, organisations and individuals) to help reduce global warming.
The Earth’s climate is changing due to ‘greenhouse gases’ that are given off because of human activity – particularly when we produce energy for power. The main greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide (CO2). Too much CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere acts like a greenhouse by trapping heat. This makes the Earth’s temperature rise, causing climate change. Climate change impacts on all aspects of life, increasing risks to the natural environment, food, water, transport systems and health.
East Lothian Council want to hear from young people, and will be setting up a Young People’s Climate Change Forum, to make sure young people’s voices are heard and to work with young people to take local action in East Lothian.
First, young people are invited to answer one important question...
Fill in the survey online or using the embedded form below.
Completing the survey will earn you 25 Young Scot Rewards points!
How else can you get involved?
East Lothian council would really like to hear from young people, and will be setting up a Young People’s Climate Change Forum, to make sure young people’s voices are heard and to work with young people to take local action in East Lothian.
Want to share your views?
Share your views on the Draft Climate Change Strategy, or any other ideas
you have for tackling climate change in East Lothian, by:
- Contacting East Lothian Council’s Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Officer:
Phone: 01620 827194
Writing to: Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Officer, Strategic Investment and
Economic Development, East Lothian Council, John Muir House, Brewery Park,
Haddington, East Lothian, EH41 3HA
- Taking part in the public consultation on the Draft East Lothian Climate Change Strategy online at eastlothianconsultations.co.uk by 22nd July 2019.
Find out more about East Lothian's Climate Change Strategy.
Head back to the East Lothian page.