Medway Council declared a climate emergency in April 2019 and passed a motion committing to:
- reduce its carbon footprint
- provide the local community with a clean, green future
- be a place people want to work and live, which has a sustainable future
- establish a clear action plan for Medway to deal with climate change, setting out an achievable and clear timeline.
Our declaration fits into our Council Plan priority of making Medway a place to be proud of. The main outcome being a 'clean and green environment'.
Improving your property events
Join us for a series of free events in partnership with the University of Greenwich Faculty of Engineering and Science department.
The aim is to help you invest in the changes that make the most sense for your lifestyle and property.
There will be a question and answer (Q&A) session and information about:
- building fabric
- heating systems
- smart buildings
The events are taking place at 6pm on:
- 12 June at The Corn Exchange, Rochester
- 29 June at the University of Greenwich, Medway campus
- 3 July at St Margaret’s Millennium Centre, Rainham.
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We're committed to achieving net zero carbon in Medway by 2050. We have developed an action plan to ensure we play our part in addressing the climate emergency.
Our Climate Change Action Plan covers 11 high-level priority areas and the actions we have committed to.
The action plan will continue to be reviewed and updated to ensure we are responding to the
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From May 2022 to July 2022, we released a Climate Change Action Plan survey to find out your thoughts on climate change in Medway. Read the results here and find out what we are doing in response. Solar panels can help you to reduce your carbon footprint and save money on your bills.
Response to the Climate Change Action Plan survey 2022
Register for the Solar Together Scheme
From May 2022 to July 2022, we released a Climate Change Action Plan survey to find out your thoughts on climate change in Medway. Read the results here and find out what we are doing in response.Read the results of the survey
Solar panels can help you to reduce your carbon footprint and save money on your bills.Find out more about the scheme
What we are doing
Find out what your council are doing to tackle the climate change emergency.
Understanding climate change
Learn about the causes of climate change, and the terms you need to know when talking about the climate crisis.
Your journey to net zero
Find out about support available to different members of our community, and what you could be doing to respond to climate change.
Sustainable transport and electric vehicles
Find out about sustainable transport in Medway, and what you can be doing to reduce your carbon footprint.
Energy and water advice
Top tips to reduce your energy use, and what support is available to help you keep warm and switch to renewable energy.
Reduce, reuse, recycle
Learn about the 'waste hierarchy', and what you can be doing to reduce your waste.
Find out about how we are monitoring air quality in Medway, and the sources of air pollution.
Natural environment and greenspaces
Learn about how Medway’s natural environment and greenspaces can help tackle climate change and what we're doing to protect and enhance them.
What's going on
Find out about events happening in Medway, and other ways you can get involved.
Get in touch
For more tips and advice on how to help tackle climate change, and to share your feedback on
Medway Climate Change Facebook
Medway Climate Change Instagram
Speak to us in person at one of our events