South of Avra. Submit your proposals for the climate plan before April 7!
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The law is clear: from here 2030, Local authorities with a population of more than 20,000 are required to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 55% and their energy consumption (gas, electricity, etc.) by 20%.
A law that mandates them to prepare at the same time a PCAET, Plan Climat Air Énergie Territorial. It mentions “a strategic and operational document covering all players in the south of Avra and covering all sectors of activity”. Frederick Rayvice president of Interco Normandie Sud Eure, responsible for the energy transition.
The first stage of the process for Inse 27 with 41 municipalities has been completed.
In January 2022, workshops have already been held with partners and elected officials, bringing together seventy-one participants and producing approximately 219 proposals.
At the same time, Interco prepared a questionnaire addressed to the population and one hundred and seventy people responded.
Also requested a simplified survey, there were about 300 area college and high school students to participate!
All this was then sorted and classified with the help of the design office around the strong axes that form the basis of the Climate plan’s future strategic climate plan.
Axis 1: reduce the energy needs of buildings by renovating or retrofitting them Axis 2: develop and promote sustainable mobility in the area by promoting the use of cleaner vehicles, developing soft mobility and promoting shared modes of transport Axis 3: sustainable, sustainable actions act for and promote local agriculture, good local food and combat food waste Axis 4: aim for greater autonomy by developing renewable energies and local biomaterials sectors Axis 5: strengthen the attractiveness of the area and offer eco-responsible local services making it dynamic and sustainable, by restoring some neglected spaces and returning nature to the city Axis 6: adapting the area in anticipation of the effects of climate change, especially by restoring the natural products of the environment to avoid risks
The second phase now begins with a wide public consultation Tuesday, February 7 – Friday, April 7, 2023. “During this period, the public is invited to get acquainted with the progress of the project, to get acquainted with the problems and the strategy of the area,” he suggests. Terence Lovett, Responsible for the mission by Interco.
For this, the inhabitants of the south of Eure will be able to consult the online documents on the INSE website (www.inse27.fr): be it discussions, be it a diagnosis of the area, be it the initial state of the environment or be it a project. territorial strategy.
They will also be able to send their ideas and suggestions to feed the PCAET action program electronically (from the PCAET page of the INSE website) or in writing to INSE’s PCAET President, Interco Normandie Sud Eure, 84 rue. du Canon, 27130 Verneuil-d’Avre-et-d’Iton (Eure).
These contributions can still be sent by post or deposited at the Espaces France Services in INSE.
In addition, “suggestion boxes will be placed in colleges and high schools to collect ideas and suggestions from youth in the area.”
That’s not all. “The public is also invited to learn about and participate in eight public meetings that will take place throughout the area in the form of participatory workshops following presentations and discussions on the progress of PCAET development,” Young continues.
– Tuesday, February 7 at 6:00 p.m., Verneuil, Maurice de Vlaminck school (prospect de Vlaminck, opposite the gymnasium) – Thursday, February 9, at 6:00 p.m., Bourth, village hall (prospect du Monument) – March 2 Thursday, 6:00 p.m., La Vieille-Lyre, village hall (1 route des Grands Prés) – Tuesday, March 7 at 6:00 p.m., Breteuil, Le Lux room (opposite La Poste) – Thursday, 9 March, 6:00 p.m., Sylvains-lès-Moulins, multipurpose room ( 14 rue de l’Épinette) – Tuesday, March 14, 6:00 p.m., Mesnils-sur-Iton, Roncenay village hall (rue de l ‘Église, Le RoncenayAuthenay) – Thursday, March 16, 6:00 p.m., Rugles, village hall (rue Notre-Dame) – Thursday, March 23, 6:00 p.m., Tillières-sur-Avre, Salle Farina (rue Farina )
As for the results of this consultation and the measures deemed necessary to take into account its lessons, “they will be determined by INSE within three months of the end of the consultation. This report and these measures will be published on the INSE website”, adds Frédéric Rey.
Good for six years
Normally, this climate plan – which is reviewed every six years and is subject to an environmental assessment – should be operational soon. 2024 according to the vice president.
Finally, when it comes to its financing, it can be Interco, but only other communities (Communes, Departments or Regions), including Europe, can receive the purse as well as companies.
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