Zero Carbon Harrogate

An organisation dedicated to making Harrogate District a net zero carbon community by 2030 in order to secure a sustainable future.

Events & News

Harrogate District Climate Action Festival

2 - 21 October, 2021

As part of the festival we will be holding the second district wide Walk to School Day and launching our Car Free Fridays initiative, as well as having a presence at the public event on 2 October and the business event on15 October.

Climate News

IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'

Human activity is changing the climate in unprecedented and sometimes irreversible ways, a major UN scientific report has said.

The landmark study warns of increasingly extreme heatwaves, droughts and flooding, and a key temperature limit being broken in just over a decade.

The report "is a code red for humanity", says the UN chief.

But scientists say a catastrophe can be avoided if the world acts fast.

ZCH Blog

Let's face the climate challenge head on

I wonder if you have ever been confronted by a situation where you are expected to do something but feel you don’t have the knowledge, skill or desire to actually do it? This might be in the form of public speaking, perhaps at a wedding, anniversary or business presentation; stage fright in that first nativity play; or something as simple as climbing a ladder, for those with a fear of heights.

For many when confronted with such a challenge the urge is to decline, wherever possible, or to find the nearest sofa behind which to hide.

Join our Book Club

The Zero Carbon Harrogate book club aims to encourage members to read and then discuss various novels and works of popular non-fiction, across multiple perspectives, on the subject of the environment, to help think about the world in different ways.

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Are you supporting Green Jumper Day on 
Friday, 26 November?

On Green Jumper Day everyone, including school children, politicians and footballers, shopkeepers and shoppers, big business owners and those staying at home, are being asked to turn down the thermostat, keep warm in a green jumper, and make a donation to help Green Jumper achieve its goal of raising awareness around climate change. 

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

Andrew Jones MP for Harrogate

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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.