Climate Change

The Council's Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy sets out how the Council can improve and lead by example in our own operations.  It also sets out how we will work with and assist the residents and businesses in our area to reduce their impact on the environment, improve sustainability and also adapt to a changing climate.  The strategy can be downloaded below.

TRDC Climate Change Strategy for consultation 2020 (pdf)

Three Rivers District Council 2017-2018 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report (pdf)


Three Rivers Climate Change Strategy - Consultation

To complete the survey, click the following link:   TRDC Climate Change Strategy SURVEY

In 2019, Three Rivers District Council declared a Climate Emergency and committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 for its own emissions and assisting the District to achieve zero carbon in line with the Government target by 2050. Three Rivers District Council has drafted a Climate Change Strategy, committing to a step change in how we tackle climate change and sustainability 


The Council wishes to ensure that the general public, voluntary and business stakeholders have a say in the content of this Three Rivers Climate Change Strategy, and would be grateful if you would take part in a survey. The results will be reported back,  for final recommendation for adoption, to the Policy and Resources Committee.

To complete the survey, click the link: TRDC Climate Change Strategy SURVEY
If you wish to read the draft TRDC Climate Strategy 2020, please click the link: TRDC Climate Change Strategy for consultation 2020 (pdf)

The survey will close at midday on  Monday 30th November 2020


Hertfordshire County Council

See what Hertfordshire County Council are doing to tackle climate change and sustainability issues here.