The Isle of Man Government has laid out plans to tackle climate change following the announcement of a 'climate emergency' on the Island.
Chief Minister, Howard Quayle, spoke in Tynwald today announcing that a full action plan will be brought to Parliament in December.
He also spoke of a "cross-government climate change action team" alongside workshops with other members to identify aims to tackle climate.
This follows new government initiatives being launched, encouraging the public to consider making environmentally-friendly changes in their homes.
Residential carbon emissions is the focus of these initiatives with the Minister of Environment announcing a refreshed Energy Efficiency Scheme.
Up to £1000 will be made available to people who commit to making energy efficient improvements in their home.
These include loft insulation and thermostatic radiator valves.
The Chief Minister previously announced that he plans to bring a Climate Change Bill to Tynwald in the next legislative year.
He has also spoke of a ban of all fossil fuel boilers in new-build housing by 2025 and a ban on the sale of new fossil fuel cars by 2040.