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Climate change strategy

Climate Change Strategy

Climate change is the greatest threat to our planet.

Changes in temperature are causing extreme weather and other negative impacts, altering our quality of life.

Wyre council declared a Climate Emergency in July 2019. We are committed to urgent action and protecting our community from the threats caused by climate change.

Our draft Climate Change Strategy outlines how our climate is changing, the risk to the borough, the positive outcomes of climate action and sets out how we plan to reduce our levels of pollution within Wyre.

We want to understand what you think of our plans, what might be missing and what we should be prioritising. Please read our draft Climate Change Strategy and provide your feedback by clicking the buttons below. 

Read our draft Climate Change Strategy

If you require this document in an accessible format, please email

Public Consultation

We held a public consultation during February to listen to your thoughts on climate change and our plans for reducing our emissions as a borough.

Past Public Consultation Events

We hosted a range of events to give people the opportunity to come and meet with the team, to learn more and offer feedback directly. The events included:

  • Knott End Library on Monday 29 January between 1pm and 4pm
  • Garstang Booths on Thursday 1 February between 10am and 2pm
  • Teanlowe Centre in Poulton on Saturday 3 February and Saturday 17 February between 10am and 2pm
  • Fleetwood Library on Wednesday 14 February between 10am and 12pm
  • The Mount, Fleetwood on Thursday 15 February 11am and 3pm
  • Cleveleys Library on Friday 16 February between 10am and 2pm
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