Join the Haringey Climate Partnership to shape a fairer, greener future

Haringey residents and businesses passionate about the environment are being urged to join a new initiative that will help shape a fairer and greener future for the borough.
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The Haringey Climate Partnership will bring together the council and local community to collaborate on the practical steps that can be taken to tackle the climate emergency.

Local people are encouraged to take part in the inaugural meeting of the partnership at Green Rooms’ Gallery Space, 13-27 Station Road, N22 6UW (opposite Wood Green Tube Station) on Thursday 16 May 2024 at 6.30pm-8.30pm.    

The partnership is open to anyone who wants to improve their area regardless of knowledge about climate change.

It will be a dedicated forum for residents, community groups, businesses and other local organisations to learn about the council's Climate Change Action Plan, share their own ideas and projects and work with the council to develop joint solutions for a low-carbon future.

The partnership grows out of Haringey's commitment to becoming a net zero carbon borough by 2041 and is part of the Haringey Deal - recognition that the council doesn’t have all the answers and needs to draw on the expertise, insights and energy in our communities.

Cllr Mike Hakata, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Climate Action, Environment and Transport said:

We know that many people and organisations in Haringey are already taking inspiring actions to address climate change.

The Haringey Climate Partnership aims to celebrate and build on this energy by pooling our knowledge, creativity and resources so we can move faster to create a fairer, greener Haringey.

The partnership embodies the council's commitment to work hand-in-hand with the community to meet the urgency of the climate emergency. We invite you to join us in this crucial endeavour and look forward to collaborating with you.

Participants at the launch meeting will be introduced to the partnership and its objectives, hear an overview of the council's current climate actions and explore opportunities to get involved. There will also be interactive sessions to share motivations and existing projects, building connections for future collaboration.

To find out how the council is responding to the climate emergency and to sign up for the inaugural meeting of the Haringey Climate Partnership, click here.  

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