Be keen and green for Climate Week, suggests councillor
ECO-FRIENDLY residents are being urged to run events to promote "green living".
This week is national Climate Week and Derby City Council is encouraging everyone to take part – by running an event to share a message about climate change.
The authority has also asked schools, businesses and community groups to all get involved.
Councillor Hardyal Dhindsa, cabinet member for planning, environment and public protection, said: "Climate Week is the chance for the city to work together for the single purpose of protecting the environment and we encourage everyone to take part.
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"The council is passionate about tackling climate change and want to share this message with the residents and businesses of Derby.
"We have invested in Derby's hydro-electric plant, which generates 1.3 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year, supplying enough green energy for more than 300 average households.
"We want to reduce our carbon footprint, while also actively encouraging others to follow."
Events can be registered at www.climateweek.com.