The Paris Agreement of December 2015 commits the UK Government to work towards an ambitious target of 1.5 degrees. To have any chance of meeting that target, Friends of the Earth has calculated that we need to be cutting emissions by at least 80% by 2030.  The UK Government’s own advisory Committee on Climate Change recently stated that the minimum level of ambition for carbon emission cuts should be a target of at least 57% for the period 2028-2032. 
- Banning of all new fossil fuel production within Yorkshire and the UK, including fracking.
- Calling on large local institutions (eg West Yorkshire Pension Fund and Huddersfield University) to pull out of investments in fossil fuels and reinvest in local climate-friendly projects.
- Promotion of Passivhaus ultra energy efficient building for new homes and the radical refurbishment of existing homes and buildings to eliminate fuel poverty
- Development of community renewable energy across Kirklees and Yorkshire
- Action on air pollution and development of sustainable transport measures