Zero Carbon Lincoln

Lincoln Climate Commission

The Lincoln Climate Commission emerged from a collaboration with the City of Lincoln Council, Siemens, Transition Lincoln and the University of Lincoln.  Since then the group has expanded to include the valuable input from a range of businesses, organisations and community representatives who wish to work together to make a positive choice on issues relating to energy, carbon, weather and climate.  

The value of the Climate Commission is its ability to harness the collective energy, vision and ambition of key stakeholders across Lincoln and Lincolnshire to deliver a step-change in its response to the climate emergency.

In September 2020 the Commission approved the Lincoln Roadmap to net Zero Carbon by 2030. During the spring of 2021 the commission held a range of community consultation events to review the evidence outlined in the Zero Carbon Roadmap and to consider a range of actions we will need to deliver to achieve the zero carbon target. In Summer 2022 the commission prepared the Lincoln 2030 Climate Action Plan which was formally adopted and published in September 2023.  To accompany the action plan the commission also produced Lincoln 2030, a short animated video which can be viewed here 

Further Information

Visit the Lincoln Climate Commission website

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