As part of its commitment to sustainability, DMU is holding sessions on Wednesday 29 and Friday 31 January to assist DMU students and staff in responding to the City Council’s climate emergency consultation.
The consultation explains how life in Leicester might be different in a ‘carbon neutral’ city and actions that can be taken to make Leicester carbon neutral at home, at work, through changes in how we travel, and more.
You are invited to come to a drop-in session on Wednesday 29 or Friday 31 January in the Campus Centre Atrium between noon and 1.30pm to find out more and to contribute your thoughts.
There will be information about the consultation, experts to chat to, and the opportunity to contribute ideas and feedback to the City Council’s consultation.
If you can’t make it to either of these events, displays will remain in the Atrium from Wednesday to Friday this week, so you can learn about the proposals and leave feedback.
You can also respond online by going to Leicester City Council’s consultation webpage.
The City Council’s Climate Emergency consultation closes on Sunday 9 February 2020.
For more information, please go to DMU’s Education for the Sustainable Development Goals website.
Posted on Monday 27th January 2020