This Who’s Who has two main sections:
- Mostly businesses and community groups
- Local government – councillors and officers
“make local communities in Calderdale engaged [sic] in the carbon/CO2 reduction process”.
Strangely, Calderdale Energy Future Panel excludes the public from its meetings – you’d think welcoming the public would be an obvious way of encouraging local communities to engage with the Panel’s carbon reduction activities. But maybe, as their wording suggests, they want to “make” the public reduce their carbon emissions, rather than encouraging the public to generate ideas about how Calderdale can move swiftly to a socially equitable, living wage, low carbon economy. The CEF Panel has no representation from Calderdale Trades Council either – missing another good way of linking in with green Trade Union activities. This all makes Changing More Than Lightbulbs wonder what exactly the CEF Panel game is. But enough of that.
MOSTLY BUSINESSES AND COMMUNITY GROUPS
Hebden Bridge Alternative Technology Centre’s Sustainable Schools project (SUSchool) offers energy and water audits in schools as well as other advice on reducing energy use and carbon emissions.