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Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) works to cut the carbon footprint of Winchester district. We are local residents, businesses and policy-makers, working together to tread more lightly on the planet. Together, we can create a better future.

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Latest news

About a hundred people agreed to build a stronger voice for cyclists locally as they shared ideas about how to make cycling safer and easier in Winchester at a packed meeting on 9 November 2017.

Winchester City Council is consulting on a draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Central Winchester Regeneration Area (which includes Silver Hill).  

Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council are working on an overall strategy for moving in and around Winchester town and the immediately surrounding area.

People who live in, work in, or visit Winchester are asked to give their views by 8 December.

A new report highlights that Winchester District’s greenhouse gas emissions actually decreased over the decade  2005-2015.

Everyone at WinACC has been deeply shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Robert Hutchison in late September.

Coming events

November 2017

The first in a series of interactive and engaging workshops to explore the themes around Climate Change to set the agenda for the planned University of Winchester Centre for Climate Change Education and Communication.

The  Built Environment and Transport Action Group aims to influence urban design, and the built environment including transport and movement around Winchester and district in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions both direct and indirect. Contact transport@winacc.org.uk.p. Contact BEG@winacc.org.uk.

Burning fossil fuel for transport produces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change and produce air pollution that is directly harmful to health.

Poor air quality in Winchester affects us all. 

What action is the Council taking to improve air quality? How could the Movement Strategy assist? Hear from Simon Finch and Dave Ingram from Winchester City Council.

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As 2017 brings uncertainty and political turmoil, WinACC needs your help to keep the light of hope shining in the dark. Please give as much as you can today.

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