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Our Environment Strategy Delivery Plan

An infographic of the council's environment strategy objectives in the Environment Strategy

Our Delivery Plan guides the delivery of our published Environment Strategy 2020-2030

Strategic Objectives - Environment Strategy

Our Delivery Plan lays out a framework of actions that will set us on the path to reach carbon neutrality for the district by 2030. It picks up on the statements of intent made in the Environment Strategy.

Whilst many actions will help to deliver a number of the Strategy's strategic objectives (seen in the image to the right), the actions within the Delivery Plan are organised according to the strategic objective that they most closely relate to.

The work to deliver the Strategy will evolve as we develop partnerships and new opportunities arise. This Delivery Plan will act as a basis for us to work from. With this in mind, the plan will remain 'live' and we will be continuously developing it between now and 2030.

We aim to report our progress every year so we can calculate our emissions savings. Our first report will be published later this year on our website.

We have highlighted our key actions in the Icon for pdf Summarised Delivery Plan [9.09MB] .

You can download our full Delivery Plan report here:

*We have provided instructions at the beginning of the Excel spreadsheet which explain how to navigate the document effectively.

Hear more about the plan and our progress so far from Cllr Steve Ardagh-Walter in our Environment Strategy Delivery Plan video.

A number of our actions within the Delivery Plan contribute to delivering the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. This set of ambitious international goals outline criteria for reaching a sustainable future. Our Delivery Plan helps to achieve these, for example by demonstrating our commitment to renewable energy, supporting community climate action, and protecting our natural environment.

The Delivery Plan was approved by the Executive at their meeting on 15 July 2021.

You can also subscribe to our monthly environment newsletter to find out more about our work across West Berkshire.

 

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