TWO Oxfordshire authorities have revealed their plans to fight climate change as part of their 2020/21 budgets.

Following a meeting of the Vale of White Horse District Council Climate Emergency Advisory Committee (CEAC), a one-year programme was recommended that aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045 in the district.

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The scheme included solar energy investment, energy saving in council buildings and employing a climate change lead officer.

Following a committee meeting earlier in January, South Oxfordshire District Council too revealed a similar scheme.

The report also looked at how the council could develop a sustainable travel plan for staff and an action plan to reduce single use plastic.

The proposed budgets will now go for final approval later in February.