About the panel
The Camden Climate Citizen Panel is made up of 15 people who live and work in Camden. It was set up to help review and advise on the progress of Camden’s Climate Action Plan. The panel was created as a direct recommendation of the Citizen’s Assembly on the climate crisis.
Details of panel sessions
The panel was recruited for during the summer of 2020 and came together for their first time in October. The panel will meet quarterly for two years. After this, applications for new panel members will reopen for 2022-2024.
Share your views with the panel
Year One - 11 November 2020
Panel members review the progress of the 'People' actions of the Climate Action Plan and provide feedback on the public information campaign.
Year One - 20th January 2021
Update session on the development of the Public Information Campaign discussed in the previous meeting.
Year One - 10 February 2021
Panel members review the progress of the ‘Places’ actions in the Climate Action Plan and provide feedback on the Prince of Wales Road scheme.
Year One - 31 March 2021
Update session on the scale of carbon dioxide reduction required in Camden as set out in the Camden's Carbon Scenarios to 2030 report.
Year One - 26 May 2021
Panel members review the progress of the 'Buildings' and 'Organisations' actions in the Climate Action Plan.
Year One - 21 July 2021
Reflection session on the first year of the panel and further feedback ahead of the Climate Action Plan annual review. Meetings with re-commence in September 2021.
Year Two - 14 October 2021
The panel met to discuss the Climate Action Plan Review and prioritise the key areas of focus for panel discussions for Year 2 of the panel.
Year Two - 23 March 2022
The panel met to discuss the delivery of Camden's climate comms campaign and the implementation of Safe & Healthy Streets in Camden.
Year Two - 12 July 2022
Members reflected on their time on the panel and discussed what the panel should look like going forward.