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Local Partnerships and The MJ hosted a podcast series breaking down what the outcomes of the COP26 summit will mean for local government.
Featuring chief executives of top performing authorities and industry experts, this final episode reflects on what happened over the two weeks and looks forward to the future of climate response for local authorities.
It covers the diverse range of initiatives on which Local Partnerships has worked. The golden thread throughout is the broad scope of projects where we’re helping councils develop their responses to the climate emergency including waste and the circular economy, housing and regeneration, air quality, infrastructure, domestic retrofit, energy, and more.
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