Climate Emergency and Environment

Our Environmental Charter 

North Norfolk’s environment contributes to the quality of life of local residents and plays a vital role in supporting the local visitor economy, as well as playing host to a wealth of natural and cultural assets and biological diversity. The Council has declared a climate emergency and therefore puts environmental considerations at the heart of its service delivery.

Our Environmental Charter (PDF) states our commitment to action in order to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030, showing how we will use our own resources wisely to set a direction through: our own actions; working with partners; and influencing others.

Image representing the NNDC environmental charter, content available in the linked PDF

110,000 Trees

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Find out more information on how we are working with our communities to improve the biodiversity of our district and absorb excess carbon whilst doing it.

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Climate Change Training

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GHG? IPCC? Improve your knowledge and understanding of the climate and ecological emergency here.


 Training

Electric Vehicle charging

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Did you know there are 34 charge points in NNDC carparks across the district? Discover where these are and how to use them.

EV Charging

Sustainable Communities Fund

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Learn more about the new grant fund, what funding is available and how to apply


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Environment Forum

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Watch our latest online forum meeting.

If you would like to get involved, please get in touch via the contact form or email:

Environment.forum@north-Norfolk.gov.uk

Environmental & Emergencies webpage

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View the new local plan, report an environmental problem or apply for an environmental permit.

Environment