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WILTSHIRE Council has launched a new social media campaign to inspire communities to reduce carbon emissions in their everyday lives.

Through the campaign #WiltsCanDoThis the council will share ideas of what residents and businesses can do to improve the impact they have on the climate.

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The campaign will be focusing on the seven main delivery themes that the council has identified as priorities in its draft Climate Strategy, in order to lower carbon emissions in Wiltshire:

  • Transport
  • Built environment
  • Waste
  • Green economy
  • Energy generation, storage and distribution
  • Natural environment, food and farming
  • Carbon neutral council

Cabinet member for climate change, Nick Botterill, Cabinet Member said: “This Great Big Green Week, we are urging residents and businesses across Wiltshire to support our campaign and make choices to help reduce their carbon emissions.

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“In February 2019 we acknowledged the climate emergency and set our goal to make Wiltshire carbon neutral by 2030.

“We know many communities and businesses in Wiltshire are already taking some great steps to help tackle climate change, but there is more that we all need to do to create an even greater impact.

“We have launched the #WiltsCanDoThis campaign to inspire people with suggestions of things they can do towards supporting the climate, and there are plenty of small actions people can take in their everyday lives that can all contribute to helping our county to become carbon neutral.

“We would like everyone to make a commitment to supporting climate change in Wiltshire and we can all play our part – #WiltsCanDoThis.”

For more information please visit Wiltshire Council's Facebook and Twitter pages.

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