Organisations endorsing the Declaration
To address the climate crisis, we need everyone to be involved.
Councils that have signed the Devon Climate Declaration
All of the councils listed below have taken formal decisions to support the Devon Climate Declaration. The councils in this list that are members of the DCERG (identified by italic text) are full signatories. The parish and town councils have taken formal decisions to support the Devon Climate Declaration but due to their size and resources may not be able to implement the Declaration’s requirements in full.
Businesses that have signed the Devon Climate Declaration
All businesses based in or operating within Devon are encouraged to sign the Declaration to demonstrate that they are taking action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve resilience to climate change.
|Alun Griffiths||9th December 2019|
|Blue Sapphire Media||27th October 2020|
|Co-Charger||14th October 2020|
|Pell Frischmann||12th October 2020|
|Wave Hill Farm||24th November 2020|
|Mill Park Limited||24th November 2020|
|Oak Offset||16th December 2020|
|Dyer and Butler||6th January 2021|
|@Scail||14th January 2021|
|North Devon Organics||30th January 2021|
|Balanced Energy||14th February 2021|
|Devon Cleaning South Hams Ltd||26th February 2021|
|LHC Design||15th March 2021|
|Innov8 Training and Development Ltd||11th May 2021|
|The Empty Box Company||18th May 2021|
|Pollard’s Combe Farm||8th August 2021|
Schools that have signed the Devon Climate Declaration
All schools in Devon can sign the Declaration. Let us know if your school has signed.
|St Peter’s Church of England Primary School, Budleigh Salterton||19th November 2019|
Other organisations that have signed the Devon Climate Declaration
This section lists organisations other than councils and businesses that have signed the Declaration. Those in italic text are members of the DCERG.
|Devon Wildlife Trust||19th June 2019|
|Lyn Climate Action||3rd January 2020|
|Devon Faith and Belief Forum||30th January 2020|
|NHS Devon Clinical Commissioning Group||30th January 2020|
|Environment Plymouth||11th August 2020|
|Transition Exeter||19th November 2020|
|Sustainable South Brent||5th January 2021|
|Hoe Neighbourhood Forum, Plymouth||27th January 2021|
|Moor Trees||17th March 2021|
|Exeter Community Energy||1st April 2021|
|Devon Air Ambulance||28th April 2021|
Partnerships endorsing the Devon Climate Declaration
Partnerships have a wide variety and large number of organisations that make up their membership and so it’s difficult for them to implement all of the commitments in the Declaration. Instead, the partnerships in this list endorse the spirit of the Declaration and are encouraging their members to sign the Declaration. The partnerships in italic text are members of the DCERG.
|Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty||4th July 2019|
|North Devon UNESCO Biosphere Reserve||11th July 2019|
|South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty||6th December 2019|
|Natural Devon||12th December 2019|
|North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty||31st January 2020|
Other climate declarations
These organisations have signed declarations that have similar commitments and objectives to the Devon Climate Declaration and are collaborating on the Devon Climate Emergency project. Those in italic text are members of the DCERG.
|Totnes Town Council||3rd December 2018|
|Plymouth City Council||18th March 2019|
|Broadhempston Parish Council||11th April 2019|
|Ottery Town Council||3rd June 2019|
|Torbay Council||19th June 2019|
|Starcross Parish Council||8th July 2019|
|Exeter City Council||23rd July 2019|
|Moretonhampstead Parish Council||3rd September 2019|
|Kingsteignton Parish Council||4th September 2019|
|Lynton and Lynmouth Town Council||31st October 2019|