The Surrey Climate Commission was officially launched in June 2019, formed from a collaboration of organisations including Surrey University, Surrey Chambers of Commerce, Siemens, World Wildlife Fund and Surrey Wildlife Trust.
Surrey Climate Commission presented its Baseline Study and Vision Document to a wide audience from the general public on the 1st September.
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A Mole Valley Climate Hub has now opened in Leatherhead town centre (at entrance to Swan Centre/High Street) for the months of September and October.
It is part of the Climate Emergency Centres (CEC) network. https://climateemergencycentre.co.uk/ which is growing and has a presence in 5 locations in Surrey now
The results from the Active Travel Survey, run by The University of Surrey and the Surrey Climate Commission are now out.
A summary has been prepared and will be out soon. In addition a follow up meeting will be held with stakeholders, such as Surrey County Council, to see how the results can influence future policy direction.
The project has been designed to understand what stops or encourages people walking and cycling in Surrey. By understanding this we hope to influence changes that can support more active travel in the future.
"The Surrey Climate Commission fills a crucial gap between national and local efforts to accelerate the scale and pace of action to address climate change."