I?HAVE?been accused of using exaggerating language in my statement regarding the council s effort to reduce the council s carbon footprint. I must apologise if it seemed that way. We are in fact monitoring the council s footprint very closely (the counci
I?HAVE?been accused of using exaggerating language in my statement regarding the council's effort to reduce the council's carbon footprint. I must apologise if it
seemed that way.
We are in fact monitoring the council's footprint very closely (the council offices, transport etc) and
exploring every option available to improve.
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Our energy surveyor Jake Roos is working very hard to reduce the council's footprint and so far he has made excellent progress.
We have established a climate change working group and we are developing a strategy to ensure that over the next four years and longer we will continue to reduce emissions and increase our efficiency.
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As far as councillors are concerned I think it's important that they also work to reduce their emissions!
However the council is moving in a positive direction and I certainly wouldn't say that if I didn't believe that was the case.
Cllr David-James Sadler
Uttlesford District Councillor