About this Event
As part of Moray Council’s public consultation on its draft Climate Change Strategy, tsiMORAY is hosting three virtual community meetings to harness your input.
Your comments will help the Council build on its draft strategy and action plan so that it reflects the ambitions of all people in Moray, and sets the foundation for our climate and sustainability priorities.
Your valuable input will help shape these plans. Please join us on one of the three meeting dates to:
• Ask questions to those who have developed the strategy.
• Tell us what you think is good about the strategy.
• Tell us what you think is missing or could be improved about the strategy.
In preparation for your attendance, we would be grateful if you could:
• Read the draft Climate Change Strategy here
• Read the draft Action Plan here
• Come prepared with your questions and comments.
• Friday 2 October, 1pm – 2:30pm
• Tuesday 6 October, 6pm – 7:30pm
• Wednesday 14 October 2pm – 3:30pm (This is during the school holidays, and we especially welcome the input of young people at this meeting).
To register please follow the link – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-change-strategy-consultation-tickets-121505776047
Please note, all meetings will be held virtually using the Zoom platform once registered you will receive a zoom link. You will be able to dial-in by telephone if necessary, although using a computer provides the best functionality.
Since declaring a Climate and Ecological Emergency in June 2019, Moray Council has developed a draft Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan. The strategy sets out how the Council will continue to reduce its carbon emissions that cause global warming, adapt to changes in local climate, and improve sustainability.
Priority areas have been identified to focus efforts within the Council, together with actions that require collaboration with others to be delivered. Moray Council recognise the importance of working in partnership with local communities, businesses, organisations and individuals to achieve its ambition of net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. As a result, the Council have opened a public consultation on the strategy (closes 30 October) of which these meetings are a part.
After your attendance at a consultation meeting, we would appreciate your additional written feedback by completing Moray Council’s short survey online here (closes 30 October 2020). Please visit Moray Council’s website for more information about its draft Climate Change Strategy