|Date||Thursday, October 27, 2011|
|Topic||Economy Governance Productivity & Economic Growth Biodiversity & Natural Environment Civic Participation Planning, Land & Flood Defence Pollution Enterprise Greenhouse Gas Emissions & Climate Change Energy, Waste & Natural Resources Investment Sustainable Development Environment Governance & Civic Participation Infrastructure|
This report explores the impacts of the coalition’s localism agenda on climate change action. It asks:
Based on extensive interviews and two surveys, the report finds a three-way split between local authorities. A third are maintaining their action on climate change, a third are narrowing their work and a third are opting out of action altogether. Overall, the results suggest that climate change work has narrowed, is very weak or absent in 65 per cent of local authorities.
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