Climate Emergency Citizen Survey
Birmingham's Clean Air Zone is just one of several steps being taken to tackle climate change in the city. We want to know more about your understanding of climate change - and what else can be done.
The launch of Birmingham's Clean Air Zone is just one of several measures taking place to combat climate change in the city but more can always be done.
We want to know more about your understanding of climate change and what else can be done to tackle it.
On 11 June 2019 Birmingham City Council declared a climate emergency and made the commitment to take action to reduce the city’s carbon emissions and limit climate change.
The Council is currently working with partners and stakeholders across the city and region to come up with recommendations for how everyone in the city can work together, take action, and make positive changes to the way we live, work and move around.
We are engaging with people in Birmingham to find out more about their awareness and understanding of climate change and the climate emergency, as well as to understand what barriers people face and what can be done differently to ensure everyone can make positive changes to help tackle climate change.
We are also inviting people to tell us their views and ideas for what can be done in the city to help tackle climate change to enable people to shape what they think a sustainable future in Birmingham should look like. You can get involved by completing our short survey to help improve awareness, understanding and the solutions needed to tackle climate change.