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Buckingham’s public meeting on Climate Change March 2022

On the 24th March 2022 people from the community of Buckingham attended the Annual Town Meeting which was focused on the climate emergency. People gathered together to express their views of Climate Change and to share ideas and suggestions on how to respond to climate change as a whole community. The public meeting brought together representatives from local environmental organisations and over 65 participants, including Buckingham’s MP Greg Smith and Town and Buckinghamshire Councillors.

Attendees had the opportunity to visit information stands from the Electric Vehicle CentrePlanet RefillBuckinghamshire RecyclesThe Buckingham & Villages Community Board and Canal Society. There was also a small exhibition of artwork from Buckingham School pupils, made from recycled materials.

The Mayor of Buckingham, Councillor Margaret Gateley, opened the meeting, giving a brief on how Buckingham Town Council has declared a Climate Emergency and developed its own action plan to drive the organisation toward carbon neutrality by 2030. The meeting had six tables, each with different discussion topic, with people moving around each table.

A feedback report on the meeting and all of the ideas shared can be viewed below

1 July 2022
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1 July 2022
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