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Learning from the Swedish approach in technology procurement and introducing DEPA –a procurement co-operation between municipalities in the UK and their peers in Sweden.



CLASP has been working with the Lake District National Park and Cumbria Action for Sustainability to develop a pack of resources (both physical and electronic) for use when supporting rural communities with low-carbon energy planning.


CLASP's latest policy, new, funding and resource digest (7th May 2015) is now available online and includes:


We are pleased to announce that from the 1st April 2015 Climate UK CIC ( have committed to take on the CLASP brand and objectives and to maintain a limited provision of CLASP’s core services for two years while seeking to establish the programme as a sustainable service going forward.


The Future of CLASP Support on Sustainability, Energy and Resilience


DECC is inviting local authorities (LAs), working with their local partners, to apply for a share of £25m capital funding to be used to improve the housing of those in fuel poverty living in their area.


With so much going on this month we've produced a second March edition of the CLASP bulletin.  In this digest we’ve summarised some key announcements from Wednesday’s budget, plus the new Fuel Poverty Strategy and other recent developments. The digest includes:

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Welcome to CLASP's March 2015 bulletins. There is a lot to share this month so we have split the bulletin up into 3 parts.


The impacts of climate change will not be equal or fair and, without action, could increase existing disadvantage. This message was reinforced in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment report. And now for the first time in England, on a publicly available website, we are able to see this effect mapped across the country at a neighbourhood level.


On the 28th January local authorities came together to meet with Wirral Council, who have been running the CLASP funded Climate Resilient Parks project.