Zero Carbon Harrogate

Dedicated to making Harrogate District a net zero carbon community by 2030

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Our Zero Heroes walk to school again and the results are in...

26 schools took part on the 1st July in an effort to reduce our district's carbon footprint. The primary and most improved leaderboards can be found here:

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Please respond by 23rd August! 

ZCH strongly supports this £10.9m public investment in Harrogate Town centre designed to boost the local economy with major public realm improvements, including for rail users, bus users, pedestrians and providing good quality cycle infrastructure. 

Please complete the consultation survey and stop the loud minority from derailing this important scheme.

You may want to check out the HDCA post here for a comprehensive response. 

Consultation Survey here 

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Hot is not Cool for Harrogate Economy

Jemima Parker


People often tell me that they want to take action on climate change because they are concerned
about the future world they will leave for their children and grandchildren.

 

This is laudable, but for
me it about the here and now impacts of Yorkshire’s already changed climate.

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We're starting a local Retrofit Revolution

 

Zero Carbon Harrogate has received grants totalling over £135,000 from Ofgem’s Energy Redress Scheme and the National Lottery’s ‘Together for our Planet’ fund for a major retrofit programme including training and engagement in the Harrogate District.

 

The programme aims to reduce the climate impact from domestic energy use by accelerating the delivery of local retrofit services.

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Zero Carbon Harrogate responds to the draft West Harrogate Parameters Plan

Zero Carbon Harrogate was represented at the council meeting by Jemima Parker, Chair of ZCH, and Tim Larner, Chair of the ZCH Planning Subgroup. You can read their full response here.

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We're talking to the new North Yorkshire Councillors

Over the next few weeks we're hoping to meet all our 21 new NY councillors to help them get a vision how to help transition to a net zero North Yorkshire.

 

Get in touch if you would like to join us in meeting your councillor.

Walk to School Day

Walk to School Days are a district wide initiative, to help reduce emissions from cars. They take place each half-term and there are more than 50 schools now regularly taking part. Make sure you sign up to be one of them.

The next one is on Friday 1st July, 2022

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Car Free Fridays

Cars are responsible for a large proportion of the carbon emissions in the Harrogate District and the only way to quickly reduce these emissions is to use our cars less. The Car Free Friday initiative aims to encourage everyone to do exactly that.

“I look forward to working with Zero Carbon Harrogate to help make our town increasingly environmentally friendly.”

Andrew Jones MP for Harrogate

Whilst Zero Carbon Harrogate are happy to work with commercial organisations to further our objectives of achieving a carbon neutral District we do not recommend or endorse any businesses, services or products they may offer.