Devon Climate Emergency (DCE)
DCE has produced the Devon Carbon Plan and coordinates a partnership of expertise in organisations and businesses who work with communities to address the climate emergency. The Response Group involves about 25 organisations such as councils (including Mid Devon), emergency services, businesses and voluntary organisations.
Funding Sources - Environment
Funding links shared by the South West Net Zero Hub.
Keep an eye on Devon County Council's funding news (you can sign up to a newsletter).
Funding - Home Energy
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Community Action Groups Devon (CAG Devon).
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Knowledge Hubs and Action Partnerships
South West Net Zero Hub.
The Transition Network of community-led groups.
How much difference does your group make? To gauge the impact of the CAG Devon project, they use the Resource Community Impacts Tool - an online tool for community groups and funders to estimate their influence on sustainability - reducing energy use, waste, carbon and costs for individuals and the community.
Devon Climate Emergency has published a series of Carbon Footprints for Devon split into district data. (This relies on national datasets published 2 years in arrears.)
Mid Devon District Council welcomes active engagement with the local planning and place making process.
The Council hosts a page dedicated to community-led Neighbourhood Plans.
You can find planning applications online here, should you wish to examine or comment on proposals.
Here are some online tips for how to engage with the planning system and environmental laws designed to conserve and enhance the planet's living systems and resources. (You will have heard phrases like natural capital and ecosystem services.)