How does Cheshire West score on its Climate Emergency achivements?

In 2019 Cheshire West and Chester Council declared a climate emergency to focus on climate change as an organisational priority. Climate Emergency UK, a grant funded organisation, was set up to maintain a data base of councils which have and haven’t declared an emergency and a scoring system. As well as the council database of those having declared, they also started asking councils set questions. In 2021 the data they collated put Cheshire West at a score of 58%, with Manchester City Council at 87%. But we were above average which was 50%.

The next review will come out later this year and they are already starting to ask councils for replies to a list of updated questions. Read full article here.

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