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Reading Climate Action Network

Low CarbonOUR VISION - to build a thriving network of businesses and organisations who will be at the forefront of developing solutions for reducing carbon emissions and preparing for climate change.

Why businesses? 46% of Reading's greenhouse gas emissions come from commercial activity. That's why it's crucial for businesses to be involved in developing solutions, with us, to tackle climate change.

Find out what businesses can do

We also want the whole community of Reading to get involved and become part of our Reading Climate Action Network.

Watch our video on the network (2.44 mins)

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Latest news, events & articles 

Climate Justice and Sustainable Development - 7:30pm - 9.30pm Wednesday 29th June, RISC Conference Hall, Reading.  The last in a series of four 'Climate Forums' sponsored by RCAN.  Read more here.... 

Readings own 'Green Fest' debuted on 11th June 2016 in the town centre, highlighting environmental causes and campaigns to passersby as part of Readings Year of Culture.  Read how it went...

Development in Reading; 

Kenavon Drive -  L&Q are asking for comments on their preliminary plans to develop the Toys R Us and Homebase site into housing.  Look at their plans and submit your comments through their website.

Madejski Stadium - planning permission is expected to be sought for the Royal Elm Park development soon, however, local press have reported that the Environment Agency have commented on the impact on the environment.  Find out more     

Read our full article on Housing Development in Reading...

Green Business 101

Read this useful guide to help businesses from the start of their eco-journey. Advice ranges from tips on good house keeping to the more thorough undertaking of measuring you carbon footprint. Find out more....

Has your business planned for the effects of extreme weather? 

Business can plan to avoid disruption caused by floods, heat waves and other extreme weather.  Find out more... 

Apply for a RCAN grant

Up to £2000 for local projects, find out more.

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