Kessingland Parish Council passed a Climate Emergency in 2019 and is working on developing an action plan for reducing its own carbon footprint and enabling the Kessingland Community to do the same. The council feels that it is important that this is important work that can only be carried out but the community having a voice and putting forward suggestions and having an open dialogue over what options are progressed and what actions are taken in the village.
The parish council have agreed to work with other parishes and Eastern New Energy which is publically funded project to develop more locally based climate actions. Eastern New Energy is a consortium of councils, universities, some businesses and not-for-profit organisations.
As we move forward we will add more information to these pages. The first new page in this section is a message from Cllr James Mallinder who is the East Suffolk Cabinet member who has responsibility for the Environment. If you click on the this link it will take you to his message on actions that East Suffolk are taking and why putting the right waste in the right bin is important for the environment.