Draft Climate Change Strategy Consultation

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The climate of the East Riding of Yorkshire is changing, and as a result the area is likely to experience warmer temperatures, changes in rainfall patterns, more frequent extreme weather events as well as rising sea levels. Climate change will impact everyone, however future generations will have to live with the consequences for significantly longer, therefore we all need to make important changes to the way we live and work to reduce the scale of climatic changes.

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council are developing a high-level Climate Change Strategy, which sets out our vision and ambitions around climate change across the East Riding of Yorkshire. The strategy has been written to showcase existing work and highlight opportunities for further climate action. However, we hope that the strategy inspires residents to consider their own impact on the climate, as every action counts and we will only succeed in tackling climate change by working together.

This survey has been created to gather public views on the draft material for the Climate Change Strategy, so we can create a document that truly reflects the views of residents on climate change across the authority area. Ahead of completing the survey, we would encourage you to spend time reading through the summary document provided here, which sets out the key draft information for the Climate Change Strategy.

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Click on the link above to fill in the online survey or see details below to request a survey in any other format, such as paper version, large print or another language.
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This survey can be made available in other languages or formats if required. To request another format, please contact us at:


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