Marsh and Micklefield has declared a CLIMATE EMERGENCY

What does this mean?

Declaring a Climate Emergency means actively trying to

- Reduce Co2 emissions, pollution and waste locally

- Increasing biodiversity and protecting our local ecosystems

- Build resilience in Marsh and Micklefield for living within an altered climate

Are you are interested in issues around climate and nature?

If the answer is ‘yes’ and you think that local action is important, please get in touch. Whether you have skills and opinions to offer or just want to meet other people with similar interests, your fellow residents would love to hear from you.


Get in touch

In the mean time, here’s a few things you could get started on if you want to:

- Get in touch with nature - contact Ranger John (click below)

- Switch to a renewable energy supplier

- Take one of your weekly car journeys by bus, by foot or by bike

In Marsh and Micklefield we have a beautiful environment

If you would like to get involved in caring for it, please contact Ranger John below, or go to our ‘Environment’ pages to find out more.

Contact Ranger John