Le cose in Inghilterra marciano veloci e il “nostro amico” Miliband (ministro delle politiche energetiche UK) lancia un piano biennale per finanziare e stimolare le comunità inglesi a sviluppare progetti di abbattimento delle emissioni di co2.
We are launching the Low Carbon Communities Challenge, a two-year programme to provide financial and advisory support to 20 ‘test-bed’ communities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that are seeking to cut carbon emissions, support inward investment and foster community leadership.
We’re searching for communities across the country to kick start the low carbon revolution. The Challenge is an opportunity for communities to lead the way so that everyone can play their part in tacking climate change and save money on fuel bills. The UK has the most ambitious emissions reduction commitments in the world and projects like this will develop the policies we need to be successful. With just over two months to go until the crucial climate talks at Copenhagen, the UK is well placed to show it is taking action in all areas to combat climate change.
La cosa cade un po’ dall’alto, ma magari cadessero dall’alto cose del genere anche in Italia.