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Greenspaces for Climate Change Project

A pilot toolkit for Local Authority land managers that prioritises and enhances carbon storage combined with increasing biodiversity in line with environmental policies.

This project is part of the Net Zero Innovation Programme funded by the Local Government Association and University College London. The aim of the programme is to support local authorities in partnerships with universities to develop innovative solutions to net zero.

South Norfolk and Broadland District Councils and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia have worked on this partnership project under the Net Zero Innovation Programme. The aim of this project was to create a local toolkit to identify different management and improvement techniques to support evidence-based decision-making council managed and owned greenspaces. The aim is to identify practices that benefit biodiversity and carbon sequestration.

Read the report below or download here.


Greenspaces for Climate Change_Summary report F2