Collaboration to share climate change work during national campaign

Denbighshire County Council will be joining partners at events to raise awareness for tackling climate change.

In support of the Welsh Government’s Wales Climate Week campaign, two events will be held in Denbighshire and Flintshire to highlight work at a local level to support the environment and nature.

Denbighshire County Council’s Climate Change team will be joined by Flintshire County Council’s Climate team staff from The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB and representatives from Biogen at the Market Hall Ruthin on Thursday December 7 from 10am to 2.30pm

The partnership will be on hand through the day to chat to residents about ongoing initiatives that are tackling climate change in each of their areas.

They will also be able to give advice on encouraging biodiversity to your gardens, using alternative energy in your home, reducing your food waste and making low carbon choices in everyday situations.

On Friday December 8 the group will travel to Wepre Park to talk to local residents and visitors from 10pm until 3pm about tackling climate change in North East Wales and how they can get involved themselves to make a difference.

Councillor Barry Mellor, Lead Member for Environment and Transport, and Biodiversity Champion said: “We are really pleased to be standing side by side with local partners committed to tackling climate change and look forward to sharing this collaboration with the members of the public and helping them learn what they can do themselves to make a difference during Wales Climate Week.”