The Cabinet will be asked to consider the final recommendations of the Environment and Climate Change Taskforce. The Taskforce was established to ensure that the Council uses the opportunity to review and assess its existing activities to reduce carbon emissions, whilst protecting and enhancing the environment. The list of recommendations sets out a range of initiatives as well as the timeframe for projects and programmes, which the Council could deliver alongside our partners and the community to achieve a net zero carbon district ambition. Some of the recommendations in relation to the aforementioned have budgetary implications and therefore the Cabinet will be asked to note these at the current time and consider them later as part of the budget setting process, as appropriate.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 21/02/2020
Decision due: 21 Jul 2020 by Cabinet
Lead member: Councillor John Griffiths MBE email@example.com
Contact: Jill Korwin, Strategic Director 01284 757252 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01284 757252.
Type of Decision: (D) (R) to Council where there are future budgetary implications; and also, in respect of whether an Environment and Biodiversity Emergency should be declared by West Suffolk Council. Date to be confirmed.
Documents to be submitted: Two x reports to Cabinet with recommendations of the Environment and Climate Change Taskforce. One report relates specifically to the impact on Environment and Biodiversity and whether an emergency should be declared by the Council to address this impact.