Sheffield is already a green city having over two million trees, the lowest landfill rates, 150 miles of clean rivers, together with a proud heritage of action on cleaning up our polluted air and having the largest district energy network in the United Kingdom.
Despite this, and like other cities across the world, we face challenges posed by a changing climate on social justice, resources, infrastructure and the economy.
Key experts, influencers and decision makers in Sheffield have formed the Green Commission to recommend how to make the city sustainable. Download their report below and tell us what you think.
The report is based around the following 4 visions that are considered by the Green Commission to be deliverable for the people of Sheffield in the medium term.
It is easy to move around Sheffield in a safe, clean, integrated, affordable, high quality, low emission transport system.
Energy is generated and distributed locally and individuals and businesses are engaged with energy efficiency and demand reduction.
Sheffield is a green city both in its urban core and its surrounding landscape.
Sheffield is committed to continuously learning about how to make Sheffield a smart, sustainable future city.
Hearing 1 - 2nd December 2014
Workshop - 22nd January 2015
Hearing 2 - 12th February 2015
Hearing 3 - 21st April 2015
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Hearing 4 - 12th May 2015
Hearing 5 - 18th June 2015
Hearing 6 - 30th June 2015
SHED Talks - 20th July 2015