As Swansea Council leads the drive to make the city net zero carbon it’s asking citizens: “What actions should your council make top priority?”
Results from the survey will help the council make Swansea net zero by 2050.
The council is already working with city organisations to hit the targets which will help fight climate change and the nature emergency.
Andrea Lewis, the council’s joint deputy leader, cabinet member for service transformation and councillor champion for climate change, said: “In the first few weeks of the survey we’ve had some great public feedback.
“We’re eager to get more so we’ve extended the responses deadline to the end of this month.
“The survey’s aimed at all residents of all ages and organisations of all types. It’ll help us prioritise our actions as we help the city address this era-defining crisis.”
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