Cardiff delivers at local level international climate change objectives:

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 Cardiff Council has recognised that it can make a difference in a number of key areas. As a deliverer of services, by reducing carbon emissions from the Council’s buildings, street lighting and municipal waste and by fostering recycling and composting (Project Gwyrdd).

As city developers, Cardiff Council is taking forward a sustainable planning approach, working to secure jobs in emerging green sectors and sustainable industries and ensuring future energy security while developing Cardiff as a Sustainable Travel
City.

As democratically elected city leaders by joining EU campaigns and establishing with partners, a Carbon Lite Working Group followed by the Carbon Lite Cardiff Action Plan.

In 1998 European leaders met in Cardiff and set out a strategy for sustainable development and environmental protection. ‘The Cardiff Process’ they declared ‘is a process that cannot be stopped. In Cardiff, they couldn’t agree more.

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