Discover Barnet's residents' recommendations to becoming a more sustainable borough

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Barnet's first-ever Citizens' Assembly on Climate Change and Biodiversity, brought together 40 randomly selected residents to develop recommendations in response to the question:

"Barnet has declared a climate emergency. What more can we do together to make Barnet more sustainable, now and in the future?"

In parallel to this, 20 residents aged 12-17 participated in a Young People’s Assembly. The two groups came together, to develop ideas and recommendations on how we can achieve net zero carbon in Barnet by 2042. The council will provide a formal response to these recommendations at the end of this year.

Watch the video on their recommendations here:

View the summary booklet which presents the work they did together here:

(PDF version also available to view here.)

Barnet's first-ever Citizens' Assembly on Climate Change and Biodiversity, brought together 40 randomly selected residents to develop recommendations in response to the question:

"Barnet has declared a climate emergency. What more can we do together to make Barnet more sustainable, now and in the future?"

In parallel to this, 20 residents aged 12-17 participated in a Young People’s Assembly. The two groups came together, to develop ideas and recommendations on how we can achieve net zero carbon in Barnet by 2042. The council will provide a formal response to these recommendations at the end of this year.

Watch the video on their recommendations here:

View the summary booklet which presents the work they did together here:

(PDF version also available to view here.)

Page last updated: 21 Nov 2023, 02:57 PM