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Can Sheffield achieve zero carbon by 2030?

With COP26 over, the focus of activists and campaigners returns to our city - and what its decision makers can do to reach the ambitious goal of zero carbon by 2030. Grassroots action is a huge part of the picture, says Shahed Ezaydi.

Putting energy into the local economy

Big northern councils like Sheffield could boost their economies and reduce their emissions through local energy production. They need to get behind the Local Electricity Bill, writes Labour Party activist Matt Killeya.

Regather in the Community

Lucy from Sheffield co-op Regather tells us about their local food projects, upcoming community events and how a local approach to growing can make a positive difference.

Now is the time for a Green New Deal for Sheffield

Sheffield’s Labour and Green councillors have formed a ‘cooperative administration’ to lead the Council. As a Labour activist, I hope our new leadership will seize this moment to become a beacon for climate justice.