|Date||Wednesday, December 21, 2011|
|Topic||Governance Historic Environment Transport Biodiversity & Natural Environment Civic Participation Housing Planning, Land & Flood Defence Pollution Greenhouse Gas Emissions & Climate Change Energy, Waste & Natural Resources Sustainable Development Environment Governance & Civic Participation Infrastructure Quality of Life|
Your Climate has embraced the new and is now an active Twitter user and participant. We have been running our account for a couple of months to test the water and gather feedback as to whether it is a useful part of how we communicate our plans, actions and activities.
We are pretty taken with what we have seen so far and so we will be using our account @your_climate to communicate a whole raft of new activities for 2012 including updates regarding the Climate Change Skills Fund and the implications of the upcoming UK Climate Change Risk Assessment for Yorkshire and Humber.
So follow us and stay completely up to date and in the loop.
Plus if there any any feeds that we should be following then drop us a line at email@example.com and we will add you to the mix.
Finally, as it is the festive season, a very Merry Christmas to all our chums Yorkshire, Humber and beyond!
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