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West Norfolk set to face new climate emergency call




Councillors in West Norfolk will take the biggest decision of their lives when they decide whether or not to declare a climate emergency next month.

A motion has been tabled ahead of the borough council’s next meeting on October 17, urging members to make the declaration and back a programme of action to reduce emissions.

And its proposer, Michael de Whalley, claims he is presenting a package of measures that will enable the borough to do what is fair for them to help tackle the issue.


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