Who We Are
The Suffolk Climate Change Partnership (SCCP) consists of all of Suffolk’s Local Authorities, and since 2009 has working with other organisations locally including Groundwork East, the Environment Agency and the University of Suffolk. We have a shared interest in supporting Suffolk’s communities, businesses and residents to reduce their carbon emissions, realise the economic benefits of reducing energy consumption and adapt to the future impacts of climate change.
Our vision is for Suffolk to be an exemplar in tackling climate change and protecting and enhancing its natural environment and to be the county with the greatest reduction in carbon emissions.
In 2019 our Local Authority members each declared a ‘climate emergency’. As part of this, we are working together with partners across the county and region towards the aspiration of making the county of Suffolk carbon neutral by 2030.
The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan was agreed by Suffolk’s Public Sector Leaders and supports our commitment to addressing the urgent need to deal with the climate emergency. For more information visit our Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan.
Suffolk Local Authority climate change webpages:
Factsheets for Councillors
We have produced a set of short Factsheets aimed at Councillors in Suffolk, covering a range of information to help brief businesses and residents in their local areas. Latest versions of these can be accessed by clicking the links below:
Fit for the Future
SCCP are proud to be members of Fit for the Future, a thriving sustainability network of more than 100 organisations from the not-for-profit sector and beyond. As a collective with similar challenges, Fit for the Future members are collaborating and innovating to find practical solution to the impacts of climate-change. To find out more visit the Fit for the Future website.
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