A council’s cabinet has approved an historic “green” climate change strategy, costing up to £27m, in a bid to go “net carbon zero” by 2030.
The document was formally agreed by Denbighshire council’s leaders at its meeting on Tuesday – 19 months after declaring a climate emergency – and will go before the authority’s full council meeting for ratification in a week’s time.
The authority believes the cost of implementing climate change measures is around £9m over the next three years and expects it will “need to
invest a similar figure in future years leading up to 2030”.
A report to cabinet said