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ECF CIC Board Meeting Minutes – 13.12.2021
24/03/2022

ECF CIC Board Meeting Minutes – 13.12.2021

Our Board is committed to being completely transparent about the discussions they have at board meetings, and ensuring that Exeter City Futures continues to work towards the benefit of Exeter and all its people. As…
Inspiring online event for Net Zero business
17/03/2022

Inspiring online event for Net Zero business

Exeter City Futures was host to an online event connecting businesses and organisations across Exeter, either having started or wanting to find out more about a journey to net zero. 
Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener – what does this mean for Exeter?
20/10/2021

Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener – what does this mean for Exeter?

Exeter City Futures will be working with partners across the city to position Exeter to take up support, driving Exeter to meet its 2030 carbon neutrality targets.
Taking part in Exeter’s ‘We Can Do More’ event
27/09/2021

Taking part in Exeter’s ‘We Can Do More’ event

Did you see us in Exeter’s Princesshay meeting residents and introducing our plan for a more sustainable city? The team from Exeter City Futures were really excited to show a new way to develop sustainable,…
Exeter’s Net Zero partnership shortlisted in the annual APSE awards
06/09/2021

Exeter’s Net Zero partnership shortlisted in the annual APSE awards

Exeter City Futures has been shortlisted in the annual Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Awards.
Exeter City Futures secures funds from Central Government to develop Exeter Development Fund
26/08/2021

Exeter City Futures secures funds from Central Government to develop Exeter Development Fund

Exeter City Futures has been awarded £1m of government funding (MHCLG, One Public Estate) to develop the Exeter Development Fund, an innovative funding solution that will give Exeter and its communities sole control over how…
IPCC Report – A code red for humanity: what does it mean for Exeter?
10/08/2021

IPCC Report – A code red for humanity: what does it mean for Exeter?

‘A code red for humanity’, the publication of the IPCC’s Climate Change 2021: the Physical Science Basis this week is a blunt reality check. Read our response here.
HRH The Prince of Wales meets Exeter’s Net Zero Heroes
20/07/2021

HRH The Prince of Wales meets Exeter’s Net Zero Heroes

On 19 July 2021 HRH The Prince of Wales visited Exeter and met Exeter’s own Net Zero Heroes - local people inspiring bold actions needed for the city to meet its ambitious net zero 2030…
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