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Climate Champions set to be celebrated by Warwick District


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Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon District Councils are on the lookout for South Warwickshire’s Climate Champions, those residents or businesses that are doing their bit – no matter how small – to reduce their carbon footprint.

The initiative aims to highlight the tips, tricks, life hacks and simple changes that people have made that are making a big difference to their climate impact, in the hopes of inspiring other residents and businesses to try them out and make a collective difference. 

Councillor Alan Rhead, Warwick District Council Cabinet member for Climate Change said: “Perhaps you run a local repair café, grow your own veg or have managed to go plastic-free– whatever you’re doing, we’d love to hear about it and champion it, so we can encourage and motivate others to consider reducing their impact.”

To find out more about the initiative and to submit your story, visit www.warwickdc.gov.uk/climatechampions 

Climate Champions will be featured on the Council’s websites and across social media as part of an ongoing campaign.

Councillor Ian Shenton, Stratford-on-Avon District Council Cabinet member for Climate change added:

“We want to champion those residents and businesses that are working towards our common goal of a low carbon South Warwickshire by 2030. We hope that by showcasing the broad range of steps people are taking, we’ll be able to inspire others to make a change and make a difference.”


Written by: David Watkins

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