What are we doing?

Our approach is to lead, empower and stimulate action on climate change. We have a dedicated climate change team, responsible for developing, monitoring and co-ordinating the response to climate change.​

With our partners, we will demonstrate leadership and include climate change mitigation and resilience in all key policy areas to enable our communities to tackle this issue. ​

This approach will need changes in lifestyles, policies, strategies and investment decisions across all levels of our society and a commitment to stick to this. A behavioural-insights led communications plan is helping to guide our approach.

  • Strategic priorities

    Find out how we are reducing carbon emissions and preparing for the impacts of a 2c rise in temperature across our services.

    Learn more strategic priorities
  • Community projects

    Find out how we are working with partners to deliver projects that support Hampshire residents to lower their carbon footprint and build resilience in their homes.

    Learn more Community projects
  • Our Strategy & Action Plan

    Our Climate Change Strategy provides a clear direction, setting out the key sectors and priorities. Our 2020-2025 action plan shows our activity in delivering against our carbon emissions and resilience targets.

    Learn more our strategy and action plan

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