Last chance to complete your household survey about your carbon footprint

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Last chance to complete your household survey about your carbon footprint

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Kingsbridge Town Council is urging you to complete the household survey created by the Kingsbridge Climate and Nature Emergency group. 

The survey closes this Friday, 10 December, and gives you a chance to add information about your life and carbon footprint to steer the future for local environment. 
A spokesperson for Kingsbridge Town Council said: "Back in March 2020, your town council declared a Climate and Nature Emergency and is working on a number of things to help Kingsbridge play as full a part as possible in what needs doing locally, nationally and globally to look after out town, country and planet.
"It’s a lofty ambition and to help us see where we are as a town on the ‘climate change barometer’ we are asking households to complete a short survey online at
"Due to a delivery issue, paper copies have not landed on every door mat in the town and the majority of the Waterside Park area (Fairfield Close, Higher Warren Road, Southville Gardens etc.) and the very north of the town (upper Fore Street, Manor Park, Northville Park etc.) have not been delivered.
"So if you live in these areas you are strongly encouraged to go online and spend a few minutes of your time to complete this simple survey." 

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