Gloucestershire County Council has cut its net corporate CO2 emissions by 97 percent since 2006/7 according to its first annual report on climate change. The council is firmly on track to becoming a carbon neutral organisation much earlier than its 2030 target.
Gloucestershire County Council has started installing three bus lane cameras in Gloucester and Cheltenham to help keep the lanes clear for buses, taxis and cyclists. They will be switched on in January 2021.
As part of the response to the climate emergency, Gloucestershire County Council is encouraging residents to make the most of their food, aiming to waste less and recycle more during the Christmas season.