KYE DUDD

COUNCILOR, CITY CABINET FOR CLIMATE, ECOLOGY, WASTE AND ENERGY, BRISTOL - THE LEADING SMART CITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

He is a cabinet member for climate, ecology, energy and waste in Bristol. Before being selected as a councilor for Southmead by Mayor Marvin Rees, Kye held the role of transport an regulatory services in the city and represented Bristol Centar from 2016 to 2021. He is part of a team that successfully leads the city, cooperating with the mayor, city partners and the public in dealing with climate challenges. His focus is on topics such as decarbonization, the recovery of nature and leading a just transition to a low-carbon future at the local level, all in cooperation for One City. It is about the operation of an international network to face challenges together, supported by actions towards the Sustainable Development Goals. This includes actions through the One City Climate Strategy and Action Plan, as well as leading the £1 billion Bristol City Leap clean energy investment programme, as well as working with Bristol Waste Company, which recently opened a new reuse and recycling centre, and working with local communities through the Bristol Climate Hub. Globally, Bristol is working to raise the voice of cities, including participation at COP27.

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