A net zero, climate ready Edinburgh by 2030
As Scotland’s capital and economic centre, we want to make sure that a cleaner, greener and fairer future for everyone is at the heart of our plans. We have set an ambitious target for Edinburgh to become a net zero city by 2030. This means that by 2030, we want remove the same amount of greenhouse gases that we, as a city, put into the air.
Be inspired by what communities, businesses and the Council are doing to achieve the target. Browse through our information to find out our ambitious target, and about what we and our city partners are doing to achieve our target. More information on the city's net-zero edinburgh website. Find out how you can get involved in Scotland's Climate Week 2022 which runs from 26 September to 2 October.
In the news
- Another 142 energy efficient homes at Granton Waterfront given the green light (August 2022)
- Citywide energy-efficient streetlights project wins national award (July 2022)
- Edinburgh awarded silver status as a sustainable food city (June 2022)
- Construction on 75 net zero homes begins in Granton (June 2022)