Chichester District Council — Climate Change Emergency Detailed Action Plan

Closed 6 Nov 2020

Opened 25 Sep 2020


Chichester District Council has developed a draft Climate Emergency Detailed Action Plan to help tackle climate change in the district, and would like to hear your thoughts on this.

In January, the council took a key step forward in the fight against climate change by officially adopting an initial action plan, which set out a carbon reduction target of 10% year-on-year until 2025 for the Chichester District. The plan has now been developed, outlining ways in which the council can continue to reduce emissions in the work it does, along with ways in which it can help individuals and other organisations to reduce their emissions in their homes, their workplaces, and in other aspects of their lives.

Why we are consulting

Chichester District Council would like to hear your views on proposals to tackle the impact of climate change in the Chichester District. To view the plan and share your views in an easy-to-complete survey, simply click on the link provided before midnight on 6 November. On this page, you can also find a range of Frequently Asked Questions to give extra context and background.

You can view the plan and share your views, by clicking on the Climate Change Emergency Detailed Action Plan link below before midnight on 6 November, 2020.


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  • Chichester District


  • Anyone from any background


  • Environment
  • Climate change