Climate Emergency Consultation

Closed 28 Feb 2020

Opened 10 Jan 2020


The City of Wolverhampton Council declared a Climate Emergency in July 2019. Since then, the Council has undertaken even greater actions to reduce carbon emissions and improve sustainability. The planned work is presented in the ‘Future Generations – Our Climate Commitment'.  This document can also be found on our website.

Within this survey are key questions to help form Future Generations - Our Climate Commitments.

There are 15 questions in this survey. You do not have to complete all of the questions. The survey will take you around 10 minutes to complete. If you do not complete all of the questions, please make sure you click 'Submit Response' at the end of the survey.

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