CEC’s response on Camden’s Council’s Climate Action Plan

CEC have submitted to the Council our detailed consideration of Camden's draft proposals. Whilst we welcome these first steps, with call on the Council to act with more urgency and greater ambition. Our main point is that there needs to be more clarity about the overall objectives: there should be a clear strategy for achieving …

CEC statement to Full Council meeting as Camden declares a Climate and Ecological Emergency

We are facing an unprecedented catastrophe.  The world is on track to far exceed the 1.5°C limit before 2050One million species are at threat of extinction. These are not abstract statistics. They will affect every facet of our lives and those of our children. In addition to increased threat of heat waves and flooding, the …

CEC Meeting Tonight 7 til 9pm

Please join us at the Pineapple Pub,  Leverton Street, NW5 2NX, Monday 16th September 7.00-9.00pm.  We are having an open meeting for people who want to find out more about what CEC has been doing. Please come along to share ideas and thoughts on what we can do here in Camden. Climate Emergency Camden has been working with the Council as it prepares …

CEC urges Camden to honour detail and spirit of Citizens Assembly proposals

Climate Emergency Camden has pledged to work with Camden Council to implement the 17 outcomes arising from the borough’s Citizens Assembly, held in July. CEC was represented on the steering group for the Citizens Assembly and CEC members made presentations to one of the Citizens Assembly sessions: Dee Searle presented ideas for how Camden Council …

CEC’s letter to Council Leader Georgia Gould

Dear Georgia, Many thanks for inviting Climate Emergency Camden to contribute to the proceedings at the recent Citizens’ Assembly.  We were delighted to have participated through the advisory group and through our respective presentations. We welcome your commitment to delivering transformative change within the borough, informed by the outcomes of the Citizens’ Assembly, the CommonPlace …

CEC makes deputation to Camden’s Culture and Environment Committee

CEC made a deputation to the committee, which is chaired by Cllr Awale Olad. The following councillors were present: Jenny Headlam-Wells, Nayra Bello O'Shanahan, Henry Newman, Tom Simon and Rishi Madlani. See the webcast. The deputation is at 1 hour 16mins The key points that we made were: Business as usual will not deliver the change …