Peterborough Climate Debate

Every resident, business, organisation and community group has a role to play in supporting Peterborough to become a net-zero carbon city.

This is an ambitious challenge requiring significant behavioural change and infrastructure improvements. To have the highest chance of meeting this ambition, we need to develop plans to decarbonise which are supported by Peterborough’s residents, organisations, businesses and communities. The feedback we receive from the Peterborough Climate Debate will help direct the development of the climate change action plan. 

In the debate, we will share some information on greenhouse gas emissions across the city and discuss some potential decarbonisation options. We'll then hold a discussion and gather your input for your preferred solutions. You don't need any knowledge on climate change to take part. 

Attend an event

In-person

We invite residents to attend one of five meetings scheduled to take place at the Town Hall in Bridge Street, beginning on Thursday 10 November.

Capacity is limited. Please register your attendance on the Eventbrite website.

Online

We're holding an online event on 23 November, 6pm to 8pm. Please register your attendance on the Eventbrite website.

We will make the presentation available afterwards. Residents can share their feedback with us at any time by emailing climatechange@peterborough.gov.uk.

Event for business, charities, public sector and local organisations

We also invite local organisations, including businesses, charities and public sector organisations to attend an event at the Town Hall on 30 November, 2pm to 4.30pm.

Please register your attendance on the Eventbrite website.

Host your own event 

Organisations can sign up to host their own event. We can offer full guidance, presentations and discussion prompts to assist with this.

Please email climatechange@peterborough.gov.uk.

Development of a Climate Change Action Plan

After the consultation finishes, we will use the findings to help develop a city-wide Climate Change Action Plan. We will also consult on this plan before we take a final version to the Full Council for adoption.