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Welcome to the Net Zero Exeter Forum. This is a platform to support and stimulate conversations around the Net Zero Exeter 2030 Plan. This is part of Exeter City Futures’ role to  connect individuals, businesses and communities across Exeter as we pull together to become carbon neutral by 2030.

 

The current version of this forum is a pilot, so please bear with us at this early stage and send any feedback to hello@netzeroexeter.co.uk as this will help us to improve the platform. 

 

How to use the forum?

Please share and post your ideas and comments on how to meet current and future challenges that Exeter faces. You can discuss topics that relate to the 12 Goals of the Net Zero Exeter 2030 plan and anything else that you think might add value. You can also vote on proposals and ideas in the Voting Forum

 

Exeter City Futures is always keen to hear your ideas for how we realise our carbon neutral future, however proposals and comments on the forum represent the ideas of the individuals posting them and are not, necessarily, endorsed by Exeter City Futures. 

 

Who moderates the forum?

The forum is moderated by members of the Exeter City Futures team. All posts are currently pre-moderated during office hours so there might be a delay in seeing your post go live. 

 

Forum Rules will be strictly enforced; any posts that contain inappropriate links will be deleted. Exeter City Futures are not responsible for the content of external sites. 

 

Please read the Forum Rules

 

 

If you have any technical difficulties or notice any bugs when using the forum, please let us know via our Troubleshooting thread and our forum administrator will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively please email hello@netzeroexeter.co.uk for anything else. A member of the team will respond as quickly as possible.

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Net Zero Exeter 2030 Plan

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Green Recovery

Conversations about how Exeter can build back better following the Covid-19 pandemic.

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