Cambridgeshire County Council shortlisted for top climate emergency award
Cambridgeshire’s work to respond to the climate change emergency has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
The county council’s Climate Change and Environment strategy – underpinned by evidence from PhD students at Cambridge University – has been shortlisted in the Leadership in responding to the Climate Emergency category of the MJ Awards 2020.
The council agreed in May 2019 to make a declaration of a Climate Emergency and through its collaboration policy research exchange programme with Cambridge University produced an evidence base of carbon emissions across the county.
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