People in Moray have been encouraged to take part in a survey to give feedback on the region’s plans to tackle climate change.
A list of 57 possible actions have been drawn up Moray Council officers to try and fulfil the aim of drastically reducing the local authority’s carbon footprint.
Last year the council became the first in Scotland to declare a “climate emergency” while setting the ambitious goal.
Potential actions include eliminating all single-use plastics, using more recyclable materials in school catering and separating food waste in canteens.
The blueprint, which was published last week, will now be subject to a public consultation ahead of being scrutinised by councillors again before it becomes adopted as official policy.
A council spokesman said: “We recognise the importance of working in partnership with our local communities, businesses, organisations and individuals to achieve this goal.
“The council is keen to hear people’s views on its proposals for how both the council, and Moray as a whole, including local communities, businesses, organisations and individuals, can tackle climate change.”
“We look forward to receiving all your feedback.”
People can visit www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DCPF35Z to complete the survey which is open until Friday, October 30.
People can also email email@example.com for more information about the council’s plans.