Climate change is a key priority for Derbyshire County Council and whilst the level of Carbon emissions in metric tonnes per capita has fallen since 2010, the overall rate in 2019 (5.2%) remained higher than England (4.1%).
The amount of unrecycled household waste has risen in Derbyshire for 2019/20. The latest statistics show that there remains 537.0 kilograms of unrecycled waste per household, higher than the amount per household for England (529.0 kilograms).
Derbyshire Environment and Climate Change Framework – October 2019
Derbyshire County Council – Carbon Reduction Plan – October 2019
Derbyshire’s Waste Strategy – 2013 to 2026
Local Flood Risk Management Strategy – July 2015