• 2011 Population: 724,500 (Lincolnshire Research Observatory, 2014)
• Area: 5,921 km2 (Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, 2014)
• Land Area Of East Midlands (%): 36%
• Carbon Dioxide Emissions 2005: 8.3 tonnes per capita (DECC, 2014)
• Carbon Dioxide Emissions 2012: 7.1 tonnes per capita (DECC, 2014)
• Local Carbon Dioxide Emissions Under The Influence Of Local Authorities 2005: 5642.3 kt CO2 (DECC, 2014)
• Local Carbon Dioxide Emissions Under The Influence Of Local Authorities 2012: 5101.0 kt CO2 (DECC, 2014)
• Key Climate Risks: Coastal Flooding, Extreme Heat Impacts, Loss Of Biodiversity
• Lincolnshire County Council Climate Change
• Lincolnshire Climate and Sustainability Action Network
Have a look at the News and Resources tabs to see the work Climate East Midlands does to support local action.
24th March 2015
On 28th January, Climate East Midlands facilitated a workshop for businesses in the Construction sector, focusing on resilience to severe weather and climate change. The workshop featured expert speakers, case studies and the opportunity to discuss with industry peers.
22nd January 2013
On a snowy January morning, Climate East Midlands facilitated a workshop for businesses in Lincolnshire designed to help them increase their resilience to severe weather. The workshop was hosted by Simons Group in Lincoln.
2nd October 2012
A set of nine case studies is published today which illustrate how local authorities across the East Midlands are adapting to the changing climate, during this year of weather extremes. Every city and county in the region is featured in the set and the geographical differences highlight the different climate risks that are faced by urban, rural, upland and coastal areas. This new resource is one of the outputs from the £950k East Midlands Climate Change Skills Programme, supported by East Midlands Improvement and Efficiency Partnership.
10th May 2012
Defra Minister Lord Taylor of Holbeach visited Lincolnshire on Thursday 10th May to meet business leaders and visit a number of farming businesses. He also opened a new £15m plastics recycling facility and saw how some businesses are adapting to changing economic and environmental circumstances. Defra asked Climate East Midlands to help pull the programme for the visit together.
Free soil management workshops to help farmers improve their productivity and resilience
A free half-day workshop for businesses in the construction sector, focusing on resilience to severe weather and climate change.
Climate East Midlands is supporting a national programme to help tourism businesses affected by recent severe winter weather.
On 7th March 2013, with a focus on “Business resilience in a changing climate”.
Find out about the third annual Climate Week in March 2013
Free workshop for businesses, on 15th January 2013.
The second national annual Climate Week kicks off in March - see what’s happening