Sunday, August 12, 2012

The local government is lagging behind in terms of sustainability and climate change, so what more could be done to fight against this phenomenon? Join our panel of life

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are losing ground in the protection of vulnerable citizens against the effects of climate change, says a new report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Research conviction

it in local government and environmental sustainability has found that although some municipalities have developed plans to fight against climate change and help communities adapt, the objective of this work was the place people instead. The JRF said that public spending cuts and the elimination of national performance indicators on climate had taken the advice to reduce the amount of time and effort devoted to thinking.

Recycling and green waste

may become the norm throughout the UK, but much more could be done to encourage residents to think about the sustainability of resources like water and energy. So what more if the local government to bring the communities along the road towards sustainability?

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