Zero Carbon Communities and their Role Post CV-19
In November 2020, a webinar took place during East Suffolk’s Community Partnership Annual Forum 2020 where attendees discovered how the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership can support communities to reduce their carbon footprint. The event also featured a Q&A session with expert panellists discussing the role of communities’ in delivering a green recover, post CV-19.
Community Energy and Neighbourhood Planning
On the 4th July 2018, the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership and the Suffolk Association of Local Councils held a workshop attended by 40 parish councils and neighbourhood planning groups, launching a new community energy support campaign.
Presentations from the event can be viewed here:
Community Energy and the Greenest County, John Taylor – Suffolk Climate Change Partnership
Community Energy: Putting people at the heart of the energy system, Emma Bridge – Community Energy England
Power4Kelsale-cum-Carlton: Village Solar Cooperative, Keith Dickerson – Power4KcC
Swaffham Prior Community Land Trust District Heating Scheme, Maddie Alpar, Cambridgeshire County Council
Low Carbon Neighbourhood Planning: Opportunities to build happier, healthier and greener communities, Mark Wells – Centre for Sustainable Energy
Community Business and Funding, Will Walker – Power to Change