Toggle menu

Climate Change

Climate change is an increasing concern for us all which requires urgent action to be taken. Across the South and East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership we are working to lower the impact of our own operations whilst supporting businesses, communities and organisations to work towards the country's net zero commitments and build a more sustainable future for our area.

One of the key areas we are currently working on is to reduce the carbon emissions of domestic properties while also supporting local people to reduce their utility bills through delivery of Green Homes Grants to improve energy efficiency.

A new Climate Change Strategy has also been developed for the South and East Lincolnshire area, and the South and East Lincolnshire Climate Action Network (SELCAN) has been established to take forward its delivery.

Further details will be published shortly. For more information, contact the Council's Climate Change and Environment Manager at

We are working with residents to save them money on their utility bills while also helping them to reduce their carbon footprint.
The South and East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has approved a new Climate Change Strategy for the sub-region covering East Lindsey, Boston and South Holland.
The Tree and Hedgerow Strategy sets out a five-year plan in which the Partnership intends to manage, plant, and promote trees and hedgerows across the sub-region of Boston, East Lindsey, and South Holland.
The Sustainable Products Policy has now been adopted across the South & East Lincolnshire Council's Partnership. This policy aims to assist us in meeting our net zero targets and the aspirations of our Climate Change Strategy. To meet our aspirations and targets, it is vital that we find ways to reduce our carbon emissions and take a more sustainable approach to resource management, promoting conscientious consumption, and reducing the waste we generate as an authority.