The first step in preparing the CAP is a Climate Conversation, which invites local young people, residents, groups and businesses to share views and discuss how we can reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and improve our climate resilience.
The Climate Conversation, which runs from 8 March until 2 May, involves online surveys and events.
The data gathered through the Climate Conversation will be fed into a
draft CAP, which will be subject to further public consultation.
East Dunbartonshire Council looks forward to welcoming your involvement. For more information and details and event registration instructions can be found at:
Youth Climate Conversation Survey. if you are aged 11-18
Council’s recent climate change achievements is available in their fifth annual climate change report to the Scottish Government.
General Climate Conversation Online Events below to say what you think about climate change and what we should do about it.
Who: All interested stakeholders
Where: Virtual consultation through Microsoft Teams. Visit EDC’s Eventbrite page to register to attend and receive joining instructions for one of the three events.
When: 22 March – 10am-12 noon, 30 March – 2-4pm and 22 April – 5.30-7.30pm