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Climate Emergency and Environment
North Norfolk District Council declared a climate emergency in early 2019. The Council has since produced an Environmental Charter in consultation with local residents and adopted a Strategy and Action Plan to achieve Net-Zero emissions across its operations by 2030.
In the sections below, you can find information on our Net-Zero Strategy and Action Plan, Environmental Charter and reports on our progress, as well as other Council initiatives to help tackle climate change across our district and involve local residents.
Our Environmental Charter states our commitment to a sustainable future for North Norfolk, showing how we will work with partners and influence others.
We’ve launched our pledge to have Net-Zero emissions by 2030 and lead North Norfolk into a greener future.
The Council’s Carbon Footprint report summarises our carbon emissions and completed actions for 2021 to 2022.
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.
Did you know there are 46 charge points in NNDC carparks across the district? Discover where these are and how to use them.
Find out how to be more energy efficient and cut costs around the home, with advice from the Energy Saving Trust.