Luton Council supports:
Taking action on climate change
With the declaration of a climate emergency, we've put the need to confront climate change as an important priority. To tackle the climate emergency, we've pledged to ensure that Luton is a carbon neutral town by 2040, ten years ahead of the government’s own target.
Meeting this ambitious objective will need everyone in Luton to be involved. We need to:
- know what the people of Luton think
- listen to ideas concerning the measures you want to see implemented in the town
- understand the scale and pace of change that is required
You can get involved by letting us know your ideas and suggestions through:
Keep up to date with our action on climate change by checking:
See the links below for more information on how we plan to tackle climate change in Luton.
Luton is a carbon neutral town
An ambitious timeline for developing a response to climate change has been approved.
Climate change action plan
Pathway to working with departments to achieve net zero by 2040.
ADEPT immediate priorities and path to net zero report
The key role we'll take in helping to link economic recovery to net zero emissions and nature restorations.
Where we have got to so far?
Key dates and actions in our journey to confront climate change.
Luton action support plan
Roadmap to us achieve our goal to become carbon neutral by 2040.
Climate change guide
How you can help tackle climate change by taking action today.
COP26 – United Nations Climate Change conference
COP26 aims to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and UN Framework Convention on climate change.
Business and climate change
We want to enable local businesses to identify how they can help us achieve the town’s ambitions.