Written for HULL IS THIS, 10/03/2020
Hull City Council’s draft strategy to take the city carbon neutral by 2030 goes to full council for approval on 27th April. If approved, the plan will go into a twelve month consultation process, with wide opportunity for further public comment and contribution.
In the meantime, Martin Budd, Environment and Climate Change Strategic Advisor for the council, has this week presented outlines and elements of the background to the draft plan to a public meeting at The Guildhall, organised by the Hull Carbon Neutral 2030 public action group.
“We haven’t got all the answers. We know what all the problems are, but we haven’t got all the answers,” said Mr Budd starting his presentation.