Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) works to cut the carbon footprint of Winchester district, creating lower energy bills, healthier lifestyles and stronger communities. We are local residents, businesses and policy-makers, working together to tread more lightly on the planet.
Together, we can create a better future.
Tell the politicians that climate change is a key issue for you in the elections. Ask them: What will your party do about cutting the carbon footprint of the district?
You'll have read the latest reports from the IPCC. The 2015 Paris climate summit will determine our planet’s future. This is our chance to influence it. Sign now.
The South Downs National Park Local Plan consultation, closing on 30 April 2014.
Hampshire County Council plans to cut up £1.25 to £1.5 from public transport and are asking us how we want them to do it. Do send them your views. Deadline 31 May.
Flooding, drought and climate change - what can we do? A discussion introduced by Dr Bob Marsh of Southampton University.
WinACC open meetings on Tuesdays are in partnership with Winchester Friends of the Earth. All welcome, free. Refreshments available from 7.15.
WinACC unveils the new targets for cutting our carbon footprint and creating renewable energy up to 2020, with a coherent, detailed plan that shows how we could achieve our targets.
Winchester City Council leader has been invited to discuss how we can all contribute to creating a low carbon Winchester District.
Everyone welcome. Free, with refreshments available from 10.00.