Worcestershire Partnership Climate Change Strategy
The Worcestershire Partnership Climate Change Strategy is currently
under review and will shortly be made available for
consultation. Please download the new draft
strategy and online consultation questions from our strategy
consultation web page
National Indicator Delivery Plans 2009/10
These Delivery Plans summarise the wide range of
initiatives undertaken by partnership organisations during 2009/10
to reduce carbon emissions and adapt to climate change within their
own operations and across the wider community.
For further information on the work of the partnership to
protect Worcestershire's environment, visit the
Worcestershire Partnership Website.
What is Climate Change?
Many people are not sure what exactly climate change is and how
it will effect our way of lives, the What is Climate Change? page shows you
information on what it is, what the growing problem is and how the
council are helping to make it better.
Find out what happened in climate week 2011
You can find out more about what the campaign got up to this
year on the Climate Week 2011 page.
Switch It off
The Switch it off campaign runs across
Worcestershire for one week every year, and in these pages you can
learn more about how you can get involved to stop wasting
In March 2008, we were awarded the prestigious Beacon Authority
Status for our work on tackling climate change. you can find out
more about this on the Beacon Award Page.
- Energy Saving
Learn more about being more energy efficient and
save money around your home.
- Climate Week
The website of
an event that happens a week every year to teach others about the
risks of climate change
- Department of Energy & Climate
A website that includes different information
on what the department is doing around the country
to help make climate change better.
- UK Climate Impacts
This website helps organisations to adapt to
inevitable climate change.
We are not responsible for the content of external sites.
This page was last reviewed 31 July 2013 at 14:12.
The page is next due for review 27 January 2015.