Everyone can make a difference in tackling the climate crisis, no matter how big or small and Ealing Council is encouraging residents to join them in their efforts.
Tackling the climate crisis is a key priority for Ealing Council, but addressing it is not a challenge the council can face alone – it requires everyone in the borough to commit to drive change so businesses, residents and visitors can enjoy clean air, good health and a thriving economy.
Find out how you can help by getting involved at London Climate Action Week between 24 June and 2 July 2023. The week encourages people to come together, take action and find solutions to climate change.
Climate action locally
Join an exciting free panel talk to find out how climate change effects residents in Ealing, on Wednesday, 28 June 2023 between 6pm and 7.30pm, now taking place virtually.
Originally, intended to take place in Southall Library, due to popular demand all tickets sold out. The council knows that more of our residents want to attend, which wasn’t possible because of the venue’s capacity. Joining the event virtually also reduces the need to travel and means that more people can join and listen in.
Please don’t travel to Southall Library for this event. Please register for your free ticket on Eventbrite and a Microsoft Teams link will be shared with you.
We hope you can join us in taking action and finding solutions to climate change in the borough.
Councillor Deirdre Costigan, Ealing Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for climate action, said: “Tackling the climate crisis and cutting the air pollution it causes is a top priority for the council and we’ve already achieved a lot, from being one of the top three best London boroughs for recycling to rolling out hundreds of new electric vehicle charging points and slashing our bike hangar parking permits so we are now the cheapest in London. We are determined to make Ealing carbon neutral by 2030 – a huge ambition that we can only achieve with the help of residents and businesses.
“We will continue working with local people and supporting our community to take steps to address this challenge. We can all make small changes in our lives that contribute to a more environmentally friendly future for our borough.
“We hope as many people as possible can join the event on 28 June.”
During London Climate Action Week we will also be sharing some simple suggestions on how you can can make your home more energy efficient, including in hot weather. See 10 Things everyone can do to reduce energy use at home on council’s website.