Latest News and Updates

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7 December 2020

Have your say on the interim carbon plan

Residents have the chance to shape the county's roadmap to net-zero by taking part in the Interim Devon Carbon Plan Consultation.

The consultation, which opens on Monday December 7 and runs for 10 weeks, gives the public an opportunity to influence Devon's collective response to the global climate emergency and create a healthier, fairer and stronger Devon.

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10 January 2020

Citizens Assembly Principles agreed

A review of evidence and best practice on citizens' assemblies has been prepared by the University of Exeter, which has made recommendations about how the Devon Citizens' Assembly should operate.

Click on the button below to read more and download the review document.


22 December 2019

A Plan for Climate Change Action

South Hams District Council has now agreed a plan to support the Council's aim of becoming a carbon neutral organisation by 2030 and to help the District of South Hams reach Zero Carbon by 2050.

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20 December 2019

Public Consultation Survey

Our partners Plymouth City Council are hosting a survey for us so that we can consult with the public. We'd like to know what you think about Climate Change, and hear your suggestions for ways of tackling the problem. 

Please take a moment to click on the link and complete the survey. We look forward to hearing from you!


19 December 2019

Climate Workshops

Councillors from South Hams District and West Devon Borough attended a series of workshops recently in preparation for producing the Climate Emergency Action Plan. You can now see the videos of the presentations on YouTube.

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23 October 2019

Call for Evidence

A top team of environmental experts, charged with ensuring that Devon reduces carbon emissions as quickly as possible, is calling on residents to submit their ideas on how to do it.

To find out more, and submit your comments, please click on the button below: