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Climate Emergency

In response to the climate emergency, a plan is being developed for how Jersey might become carbon neutral by 2030. The plan will be presented to the States Assembly at the end of 2019 detailing how this could be achieved
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19 September 2019

A final chance to have your say

Islanders are encouraged to get involved in three consultations

09 September 2019

Training more energy audit assessors

More islanders are being sought to become home energy auditors and provide energy assessments for homes in Jersey.

02 August 2019

Young people asked for views on climate change

Young islanders are being invited to attend a drop-in event tomorrow to give their views on how the Government should tackle the climate emergency.

25 July 2019

Hundreds of young people give their views on climate change

More than 500 young people have so far given their views on carbon neutrality, in a consultation which will help form the Government of Jersey’s response to the climate emergency.

Responding to the climate emergency

The States Assembly have agreed that a climate emergency exists and is likely to have profound effects in Jersey. 

In response to the climate emergency, a plan is being developed for how Jersey might become carbon neutral by 2030 . The plan will be presented to the States Assembly at the end of 2019 detailing how this could be achieved.

On the 24 July 2019 the Council of Ministers published an initial report on tackling the climate emergency in Jersey.


Help Jersey to become carbon neutral by 2030

For Jersey to reach carbon neutrality we all need to work together. We're developing a plan which will outline how we'll aim to be carbon neutral by 2030.  We'll be talking to lots of people, businesses and organisations to help us to create this plan.    

What you can do at home

In the meantime, check out our energy saving advice for simple ways to save energy and reduce your carbon footprint. 

You can also have a Home Energy Audit carried out on your home to tell you how to make your home more energy efficient.   

What you can do at work

Find out how your business can save energy and reduce its carbon footprint and sign up to the eco active business network for more information and support.  
 
Opportunities to have your say will be coming soon. You can email us to be kept informed about these opportunities. 

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