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Herefordshire Zero Carbon and Nature Rich

The county-wide action plan and how you can make a difference

Community inspiration

Get inspired to take the pledge

Everyone across the county can get actively involved in the new Greener Footprints campaign, driven by the community for the community to help Herefordshire become net zero and nature rich by 2030. Take a pledge and start taking positive steps for the climate today.
We know it's often much easier to take positive action when you can be inspired by the people around you. Here you can find case studies of people across the county who are helping Herefordshire achieve its climate goals.

Case studies

Wildflowers with solar panels in background

Solar farms and wildflower meadows

Garden fruit and vegetables produced at Staunton-on-Wye Primary school

Staunton-on-Wye Primary - gardening for food and wildlife

Steiner Academy

The Steiner Academy

Hereford South Wye Neighbourhood Team with bikes

TravelFund grant - West Mercia Police bikes

Three children outside Trinity Primary School with a don't park on zig zags sign

Trinity Primary School - healthier ways of getting to school

Grass verge do not cut yet sign

Verging on wild

Wahroonga, Ledbury

Wahroonga, Ledbury

Zero waste stall with customers

Zero Waste Stall