Plans and Carbon
Haringey Council has been reporting on Carbon emissions in the Borough since 2011 – see here. and the Annual Carbon Report was the first of its kind to be produced by a local authority.
Haringey Council has a whole host of plans and consultations, including a Climate Action Plan to get its own activities down to zero carbon by 2027 and a borough wide target of 10% of 2005 levels by 2041. As Haringey proceeds to produce a new Haringey Local plan the relationship between these plans is shown below.
Residents who are signed up for the Haringey Citizens panel are “invited to regular activities, from surveys to discussion groups, on a range of topics” and get invitations to give their views via from improving and strengthening community relations to making sure we deliver better services that meet Haringey people’s needs.” the application form is here.
Haringey’s (draft) Climate Action Plan
The Haringey Climate Change Action Plan – A Route Map for a Zero Carbon Haringey’s plan was published in 2020 just before the Covid Crisis and is undergoing revisions. “the science is clear. We must deliver on this or accept a future with extreme weather events and reduced life opportunities. It is an emergency that we must respond to” The plan has actions for:
- The Council
- Our Housing Stock
- Non-Domestic Emissions
Zero Carbon by 2050
The Stage 2 Report Climate Action Haringey: Towards a zero carbon future (PDF, 9MB) set out the route map of actions for the council to achieve the 2050 zero-carbon ambition. It is being superceded by the ambition to achieve more in a shorter timeframe – see above.