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London Borough of Sutton

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… on the designs for Limes Avenue and Jubilee Gardens. ● Greening Sutton Town Centre' project awarded £157,000 from TfL to improve Green Infrastructure within the High Street. ● Biodiversity education provided to 8,146 people this year against a target of 5,000. ● We have plans to attend local committees in March 2023 to promote energy saving advice and how it links to the climate crisis. ● As part…

… has been deemed suitable for retrofitting carbon saving technology. An application for external funding was submitted to the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme for £130K with a commitment from LBS to provide £90K funding. The decision is due Jan 2023. ● The Energy Efficiency Strategy (SHP) is due to be developed in Q1 23/24 and will pick this up. ● The Pensions Committee met in September…

… will be let during 2023 for a contract start date of 1 April 2024. ● Procurement of a new contract for a corporate and public car club is subject to a delay due to legal checks of paperwork. ● The use of alternative materials to resurface roads (to reduce the carbon intensity) has seen issues in other South West London boroughs. This included the road softening during the summer 2022 heat wave. Due…

… 2022 accelerated the date for a zero emission bus fleet to 2030 rather than 2037. The current TfL expectation is that the majority of Sutton routes will have electric vehicles operating by the end of 2023-24, subject to procurement and funding. 2.5. The short term issues related to funding from TfL have been resolved and funding confirmed until March 2024. However, the medium and long term position…

… in the borough. Over 940 children and 57 adults have received training during 2022/23 (year to date). In addition to this, 23 school bikeability courses are booked for March 2023. 2.9. The council has also been awarded £34,000 of funding for residential cycle parking by Transport for London (TfL). Procurement is expected to commence in early 2023. 3. A Greener Borough Parks and open spaces 3.1. Sutton has…

London Borough of Wandsworth

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… Delivering Sustainability for All Page 1 of 20 (Paper No. 23-51) Official PAPER NO.23-51 WANDSWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE – 7 FEBRUARY 2023 EXECUTIVE – 13 FEBRUARY 2023 Report by the Chief Executive on Delivering Sustainability for All – an update on delivery of the Wandsworth Environment…

… and Sustainability Strategy (WESS) and Wandsworth Climate Action Plan for 2023 SUMMARY The Council is committed to delivering sustainability for all, being carbon neutral as an organisation by 2030 and net zero as a borough by 2043. To achieve these targets and deliver the changes required action needs to be delivered at pace. This sense of urgency can clearly be seen in the actions delivered in 2022…

… in Appendix C. This sense of urgency will be maintained into 2023 as set out throughout this report and in more detail in in Appendix A. To measure the impact of actions the Climate Change Action Plan now includes SMART KPIs to enable better monitoring of impacts. Key actions planned for 2023 include further delivery of the Decarbonisation Strategy, installation of more transport infrastructure…

… and Sustainability Strategy and Action Plan at Appendix C and the Carbon Emissions reporting attached at Appendix B. b. Approve the updated Wandsworth Climate Action Plan at Appendix A. c. Approve General Fund revenue budget variations of £28,905 in 2023/24 and 2024/25 only to fund the Transport Strategy Programme Co-ordinator post as outlined in para 28 and the table at para 80. Delivering…

… Vehicles and cycling and supporting green homes across the borough. The Wandsworth Climate Action Plan for 2023 attached at Appendix A sets out the actions that the Council will take over the following year to fulfil this ambition. Becoming a carbon neutral organisation by 2030 12. The Council has a target to become carbon neutral by 2030. A key step towards delivering…

Arun District Council

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… Climate action and biodiversity work plan 2023 to 2024 | Arun District Council Climate action and biodiversity work plan 2023 to 2024 Site map Cookie Policy Skip to Navigation Accessibility Text Size: Contrast: Arun.gov.uk #launchSupport h2 { font-size: 16px; background…

… Your environment Climate change Climate action and biodiversity work plan 2023 to 2024 Climate action and biodiversity work plan 2023 to 2024 Introduction The council declared a climate emergency in January 2020 and stated its aim to be carbon neutral by 2030, twenty years ahead of the current UK government target. To analyse the council’s carbon emission and to set…

… of the council’s total emissions. Figure 3 reflects the 2020-2021 baseline year, allowing for targets to be set from 2022-2023 onwards. Select for a larger image. Fig 3. Graphic showing that by reducing emissions from all 3 Scopes the council will reach its 2030 target Figure 4 indicates…

… projected emission reductions over the next few years. These will be achieved by increasing year-on-year reductions in emissions associated with the council’s supply chain, transitioning all council owned vehicles to electric vehicles (EV) in 2023, where possible, and limiting the emissions associated with business travel, employee commute, water/waste usage and fuel/ energy usage outside of Scope 1 and 2…

…. The council will also be working closely with Freedom Leisure which is actively addressing its energy consumption and emissions. Fig 4. Table indicating projected annual CO2E reductions Year Annual reduction tCO2e 2022-2023 2,716 2023-2024 2,44 2024-2025 3,300…

Worcester City Council

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… Environmental Sustainability Action Plan: 2023 - 24 CARBON NEUTRAL CITY COUNCIL Ref. no Title Project / work package description Progress to date Impact Ownership Start date End date NEW ACTION 1 Low Carbon buildings Create costed decarbonisation proposals for: -Worcester’s three leisure centres -Astwood…

… commissioned Existing panels produced more than 126,976 units of electricity between 2019 - 22, reducing the City Council’s carbon footprint by approximately 23,368 kg per year. Property Services September 2022 Spring 2023 REPEAT ACTION ESS-2 Low emission fleet Zero emission vehicle fleet options to be considered in our vehicle replacement strategy…

…. Environmental Operations October 2022 Report with recommendatio ns to Environment Committee by end March 2023 Ref. no Title Project / work package description Progress to date Impact Ownership Start date End date Electric grounds maintenance equipment purchased - including hedge- trimmers and grass strimmers. COMPLE TED ACTION ESS-3 Low emission business travel…

… petrol car = 3tCO2e each. Demonstrates leadership. HR Spring 2021 Consideration of salary sacrifice and incentives scheme by March 2023. COMPLE TED ACTION ESS-5 Embedding sustainability Embed the strategy and governance of the strategy within the Council. • Reporting on progress • Decision making • Staff training…

… Literacy Trust. Two officers required to run each seven hour course – plus preparation time. New action Increased awareness and understanding around sustainability will result in greater focus and better decision making. Environmental Sustainability and Active Travel officer January 2023 December 2024 CARBON NEUTRAL WORCESTER Ref. no Title Project / work…

Selby District Council

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… leadership in helping to tackle the district’s wider carbon footprint. Clearly a major change since we embarked on this work is Local Government Review with the recent government decision in July 2021 to create a new unitary North Yorkshire Council. This means that Selby District Council will no longer exist in April 2023. Whilst this fundamentally changes our ability to plan longer term as a Council…

… to reducing and also fully offsetting our direct carbon emissions by 2023. Strategy on a page By 2030, the Council and its operations will be carbon neutral, positively helping Selby District and the North Yorkshire area move to a net zero carbon economy. We recognise that the creation of the new North Yorkshire Council in 2023 means that it will not be possible to implement all the measures…

… necessary to achieve this in the lifetime of Selby District Council and that the mantle for achieving this will pass to the new local authority. However, we now understand the Council’s own Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and we are making a commitment to fully offsetting these up to 2023 whilst we also further develop a range of potential low carbon projects with a focus on the early wins that can be achieved…

… by 2023 but also looking ahead to what is needed to achieve carbon neutral by 2030. The Low Carbon Working Group have been asked to review their good work to date on a Low Carbon Action Plan to identify those measures that can be implemented within these timescales. We want our operations and services to work in a sustainable way and reduce our costs in the long term. We will work towards this through…

… is not something we can do alone – it needs a much wider response. Secondly, we want to ensure that the new North Yorkshire Council can capture these ambitions and take a lead in the low carbon agenda going forward and we are giving them a clear route map for work beyond 2023. And thirdly, we hope that some key projects can be developed into large scale opportunities over longer timescales for the new North…

Borough of Broxbourne

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… the carbon footprint of Council buildings Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022 Programme update – Spring 2023 RAG Status 1.1 Undertake Carbon Emissions assessment to develop baseline figures for Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. Sustainability Officer Initial assessment by 31 October 2021 £25k budget agreed. The carbon baseline tender…

… Wall is part of the LUF bid submitted in July 2022. 1.9 Deliver programme of climate change training for staff Community Development Manager Sustainability Officer Personnel Climate change e- learning package to be rolled out by Spring 2023 Existing New objective 1.10 Reduce energy usage and waste at Council offices Sustainability Officer Communications Manager…

… Ongoing articles in Staff News in 2023 on how officers can take practical steps to reduce energy consumption and waste Existing New objective based on report that went to Panel in October 2022 6 Objective 2: Reduce the use of petrol and diesel by the Council and minimise emissions Task Responsibility Target Resourcing Programme update – Summer 2022…

… Programme update – Spring 2023 RAG Status 2.1 Develop and implement a staff travel plan to reduce car journeys by staff. This may include more use of online conferencing, setting up car sharing and providing bicycles for journeys in-borough – pool bikes for any officer to use, and bicycles allocated to officers in certain roles. Treasury Insurance Risk Manager Parking Manager…

… that the pool car fleet will go fully electric from 2023/24 when the remaining diesels are returned to the lease company. b) There are no plans to change the fleet used by BEST in advance of depot relocation due to lack of infrastructure (EV charging and sub station). c) As above d) 2.3 Maximise fuel efficiency and minimise emissions from Council vehicles running on fossil fuels…

North Ayrshire Council

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… Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy 2021-23 1 | P a g e Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy 2021-2023 Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy 2021-23 2 | P a g e…

…, and • Implementing methods to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere This is an ambitious goal based on emission data available and is within the 10-year timeframe set by the IPCC to prevent irreversible damage caused by climate change. Our interim targets to achieve this area-wide ambitious goal are 489 ktCO2 by 2023 and 210 ktCO2 by 2027, as shown in Figure 6 below. The yearly milestones…

London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

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… Develop one stop shop for whole house retrofit to overcome complexities of end to end process 2023 Green economy H1.9 Explore partnerships and joint ventures that can support objectives (see Green economy actions) Ongoing Green economy H1.10 Map regional supply chain to understand strength, weaknesses and gaps in the retrofit market. Engage businesses, trade bodies, accreditation…

… in biodiversity. Actions Ref. Action By when Wider benefits P1.1 Explore increasing the carbon offset cost from £95/tonne of carbon set by the new draft London Plan to incentivise on-site compliance. 2023 P1.2 Establish a programme for delivery of projects using the carbon offset fund with details of carbon reduction levels to be achieved 2022-23 P1.3 Lobby the government to introduce…

… identified opportunities for Public Sector Decarbonisation grant funding 2021 Operational savings O1.3 Identify projects that are in line for maintenance and explore opportunities to include carbon intervention measures Ongoing Operational savings O1.4 Investigate whether carbon reduction requirements can be included in corporate lettings policy / lettings contracts 2023 O1.5 Ensure…

… Explore the option to include information on EPC, energy efficiency through the free ‘business support clinics’ offered by H&F outlining the benefits of lower fixed costs through energy bills 2023 Green economy O2.4 Explore the future options to offer business grants to support SME and third sector organisations with measures to save energy, cut costs and reduce carbon emissions 2023 Green…

… to encourage and support residents and businesses to use less energy and become more energy efficient 2022 Fuel poverty EN1.2 Develop smart energy plan to ensure that all council energy use is lean and clean. 2023 Operational savings EN1.3 Initiate the development of heat and power networks, starting with energy master planning to identify potential projects 2021-23 Theme 2: Energy…

Eastbourne Borough Council

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…-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 £500k allocated from HRA 1.4 Deliver poject plan to decarbonise social housing post DOHS project All social housing is as energy efficient as it can be and carbon emissions are reduced as far as practicably possible Internal Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Delivery costs to be determined once plan is prepared Enabling Actions- these actions…

… by the council will enable others to reduce emissions 1.5 Develop an ongoing programme of awareness raising and promotion of energy efficiency initiatives, especially in fuel poor and hard to reach communities Educate and raise awareness, thos most vulnurable benefit from energy efficiency advice and measures Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Can…

… Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Long Term 2027-2030 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.8 Take forward the DOHS project with other stock holding authorities We can get better value for money by collaborating with other authorities Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.9 Work in collaboration…

… grid and makes energy use more visible to residents which enables reductions Led by SmartEnergyGB Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Can be delivered using existing resources 1.11 Work with the LEPs to deliver the South2East Energy Strategy South2East Energy Strategy Outcomes met and decarbonisation at a regional level is progressed Partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium…

… Term 2023-2026 Can be delivered using existing resources 30 1.12 Implement the actions defined in the Eatsbouren Housing Strategy 2020-2024- section B3 'Promoting access to housing that meets modern standards Housing standards in the rented sector improve Internal and in partnership Short Term 2020-2022 Medium Term 2023-2026 Can be delivered using existing resources Indicator…

Wiltshire Council

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… and special units. The project is predicted to be complete by the end of March 2023. The equivalent of around 1,770 tonnes of CO2 will be saved each year Thanks to sustained investment in solar photovoltaic technology over time, in 2021/22 the council generated over 550,000 kWh renewable electricity at its own buildings, equivalent to electricity used in 141 average households per year. The council has…

…. Latest news releases 22 March 2023 - Wiltshire Council secures Government funding to improve energy efficiency of homes 17 March 2023 - Wiltshire Council bids for Government funding for new walking and cycling routes 16 March 2023 - Secondary schools support Wiltshire to tackle climate change 9 March 2023 - Popular £2 bus fare promotion extended until 30 June 6 March 2023 - Recycle…

… the unrecyclable at your local swimming pool! 28 February 2023 - Hanger time: residents reminded to put the correct items in their recycling bins 24 February 2023 - Council invests £1m in new gully emptying machinery to help prevent flooding 23 February 2023 - Wiltshire schools getting ready for Eco Week 18 January 2023 - Separate bins for domestic upholstered seating to be introduced at Wiltshire's…

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Bath and North East Somerset Council

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… Climate Emergency Action Plan 2023 -24 | Bath and North East Somerset Council Skip to main content function showHideMenu(){ var element = document.getElementById("navigation-primary"); if (element.classList) { element.classList.toggle("navigation-primary--active…

2023 -24 This document is an overview of priority actions which the Council is taking to tackle the climate emergency. Published date: 16 May 2023 Last updated: 19 May 2023 Details It contains key actions categorised by strategic priority, noting progress and next steps, organised by the three priority areas for action…

… of the strategic priorities. This document is updated annually. Documents File Climate Emergency Action Plan 2023 - 2024 Last updated 19 May 2023

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Lincolnshire County Council

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… Carbon Management Plan Summary Doc Lincolnshire County Council Summary Carbon Management Plan 2018-2023 December 2018 Version: Final Carbon management progress review 1 CMP 1 Achieved a 20% reduction on the 2005/6 baseline by March 2012 CMP 2 Achieved a 22% reduction on the 2011/12 baseline by March 2018 CMP 3…

… Aiming to achieve a further 20% reduction in emissions by 2023   Reduced our footprint by 14,504 tonnes of carbon and reduced related costs by £9.4 million Cumulative carbon savings over the past 5 years have reached 37,010 tonnes of carbon Looking ahead to CMP 3, which sets out our strategy and action plan for continuing to reduce carbon emissions over the next 5 years 2 Why…

…-2023 Our vision is to maintain a leading role in local efforts to reduce the impacts of climate change. To achieve this aim we have set a target that is challenging, yet realistic. Saving 5,736 tCO2 over 5 years. 20,000 22,000 24,000 26,000 28,000 30,000 32,000 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 C O 2 e E m is s io n s ( to n n e s ) Comparison of Emissions with predicted…

… Business As Usual (BAU) increase and reduction targets BAU 20% reduction We will reduce the carbon emissions from our activities by 20% by 2023, from a 2016/17 baseline of 28,679 tonnes CO2e. TARGET FOR 2023 6 Why reach this target?  Cost savings  Raised awareness of climate change amongst staff, stakeholders and the public  Positive community…

… leadership  Contribute towards national targets  Compliance with legislation BENEFITS OF ACHIEVING THE TARGET £9 £10 £11 £12 £13 £14 £15 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 C o s t (£ m ) Comparison of Carbon related costs with Business As Usual (BAU) increases and reduction targets BAU 20% reduction With no action on carbon, annual utility costs for LCC could…

East Cambridgeshire District Council

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… Wheeled Bins Black Sacks Black Sack Annual Delivery 2023 Waste A-Z Assisted Collections Alternative Collection Service Additional Bins…

Argyll and Bute Council

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… Decarbonisaton Plan Tracker update May 2023 ARGYLL AND BUTE COUNCIL POLICY & RESOURCES COMMITTEE CLIMATE CHANGE BOARD 11th May 2023 COUNCIL…

… to increased cost or censure if targets are not met. 3.8 Customer Service – Creating warmer or more efficient homes that are cheaper to heat is a positive for all. Douglas Hendry Executive Director with responsibility for Commercial Services Councillor Ross Moreland Policy Lead Climate Change & Environment 5th April 2023 For further information contact: Ross McLaughlin Head…

… ACTION LEAD (L) AND PARTNERS TARGET or MILESTONE FUNDING COMMENTS Procurement Policy will be updated to reflect the Climate Change Board desire to limit SUP where possible – wording has been included in the Annual Review 2023/2024 version of the Procurement Strategy 2022/2025 as follows: “To provide procurement support to any strategic decisions taken by the Council in relation…

… (L) Commercial Services and Education Evidence of extension of pre-ordering & food waste reduction Project funded and solution procured Project Team currently implementing this, with full project end date estimated as June 2023. E1 – Deliver Renewable Sourcing Strategy 2 (L) Commercial Services Adoption of Strategy RSS2 consultancy work funding to be confirmed…

… in progress; intended to be market tested during 2023. E2 – Delivery of Non-domestic Energy Efficiency Framework (NDEEF) Projects (L) Commercial Services Evidence of delivery of projects Project development work is funded by combinations of the Scottish Government and the procured provider (costs absorbed within the tender process). Funding for project implementation will come from…

Spelthorne Borough Council

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… to monitor and reduce our Scope 3 emissions as well. Scope 1 & 2 CO2e Trajectory 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 To nn es o f C O 2e 400 200 2019 2020 2021 2022 Gas Oil Vehicle Electricity 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 SPELTHORNE CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY @spelthornebc @spelthorneboroughcouncil www.spelthorne.gov.uk 5 Key Action Key Task Desired Outcome Target Owner Funding…

… of 2023 Climate Change Team (CCT)/ Officer £10 per staff member to come from training budget Greener Futures Plan action point (52), Corporate Priority Environment Plan First training session booked for 28th Sept for 24 members of staff 2. Ensure a robust reporting and monitoring progress for all SBC emissions To be able to better monitor and understand SBC emissions…

… including Scope 3 and reduce these Q4 2023 CCO/SO/ ICT Working with Project Manager of Carbon Eco- nomics and Data at SCC on report- ing process 3. Carry out energy audits on main Council operations buildings and assets to identify and reduce energy use Utilise the energy audits carried out on Council buildings to in- form future projects to increase energy efficiency measures across…

… SPELTHORNE CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY @spelthornebc @spelthorneboroughcouncil www.spelthorne.gov.uk 6 Key Action Key Task Desired Outcome Target Owner Funding (if required) Linked strat- egy Progress 5. Carry out an energy and car- bon audit of all Corporate IT functions Understand the hidden emissions of ICT and develop a plan to reduce these 2023 ICT/CCT Green Initiatives Fund (GIF…

… climate change is a key issue for SBC and allow easy access to resources for staff and residents By Q3 of 2023 CCO/SO/ Comms team/ICT 16. Develop a green event checklist for event companies and suppliers to report their carbon footprint for Spelthorne events Allow SBC to influence suppliers to reduce emissions and to choose suppliers who are actively tackling their emissions…

Eden District Council

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… or alternatively increase income must be made within the context of the Council’s stated priorities, as set out in its Council Plan 2019-2023 as agreed at Council on 7 November 2019. 6.2.2 Budget has been allocated to the activity outlined in the zero carbon strategy in appendix 1. There are no proposals in this report that would reduce or increase resources at this present time. 6.2 Legal 6.2.1…

… ....................................................................................................... 7 2.1 Climatic and Ecological Emergency ....................................................................................... 7 2.2 The Corporate Plan 2019-2023 ............................................................................................... 7 2.3 Recovery Plan…

… authority we also have the ability to directly and indirectly influence the emissions of the district as a whole. 2.2 The Corporate Plan 2019-2023 The Zero Carbon and Biodiversity Strategy is fundamental to the delivery of our Council Plan. This underpins the Council’s work by setting out its clear vision for the district and the priorities it will focus on in order to deliver that vision…

…. For clarity the following Plan is split into 6 key themes: 1) Our Assets and Energy 2) Sustainable Transport 3) Waste 4) Support 5) Community Engagement and Publicity 6) Land Use 4.3 Our Asset and Energy Our Assets and Energy 2021-2023 Objectives Associated Actions Measurement/ Target Internal or External Action Corporate Objective Reduce carbon emissions…

… emissions. Use the same tool to determine the energy, carbon and financial savings of Voreda. Action feasible when officers will move and start working in Voreda house (2023). Internal Sustainable Carbon Management Plan - EDC buildings* Assess the carbon footprint of each building owned / managed by EDC and identify measures to reduce their carbon emissions. Finished to complete…

Warrington Borough Council

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… Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)1 Climate Emergency Action Plan (Summary version) Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)2 Foreword “I am pleased to present the council’s latest climate action plan, which details what we will do locally…

… change Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)3 Introduction A thickening blanket of pollution in the atmosphere is overheating our world. This has serious consequences for our lives and livelihoods and the natural world. We need to stop this pollution to prevent things getting worse. We also need to adapt to the impacts of the overheating…

… and distribution (T&D) 4% Water 0% Heating 22% Authority’s Fleet 26% Electricity 43% 12,110.83 5,889.70 0 5000 10000 15000 20 14 -15 20 15 -16 20 16 -17 20 17 -18 20 18 -19 20 19 -20 20 20 -21 20 21 -22 T C O 2 E YEAR Gross Carbon Emissions Over TimeGross carbon emissions over time Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)4 Goal…

… lighting and less power use Timescale Short Short Short Short Medium Medium Lead Directorate Growth Growth Corporate services Growth Growth Env & Transport Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)5 Area for action: Fleet decarbonisation Our vehicle fleet and use of equipment accounted for more than a quarter of the carbon footprint…

…; Transport Env & Transport Env & Transport Env & Transport Warrington Borough Council Climate Emergency Action Plan May 2023 (Summary version)6 Area for action: Staff travel Greenhouse pollution arising from business travel totalled 179.5 tonnes CO2e in 2021/22. This is around 3% of our operational footprint. We also need to consider how our employees commute and how visitors…

Forest of Dean District Council

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… Perrin, Climate Emergency Officer Forest of Dean District Council Page 2 of 68 www.fdean.gov.uk 18 January 2023 www.fdean.gov.uk Contents Foreword ..................................................................................................................................................... 3 Executive Summary…

…/ Forest of Dean District Council Page 3 of 68 www.fdean.gov.uk 18 January 2023 www.fdean.gov.uk Foreword Thank you for taking time to read our Climate Emergency Strategy and Action Plan. Considering and acting on climate change is at the heart of our Corporate Plan. We have committed to consider the impact on climate change in all our decision-making, aiming to make the council…

…/ https://www.fdean.gov.uk/media/hgwfypbv/corporate-plan-2019-to-2023.pdf mailto:climate.action@fdean.gov.uk https://www.fdean.gov.uk/environment/climate-action/ Forest of Dean District Council Page 4 of 68 www.fdean.gov.uk 18 January 2023 www.fdean.gov.uk Executive Summary The 2015 Paris Agreement set a goal of holding the increase in the global…

…/ https://www.fdean.gov.uk/ Forest of Dean District Council Page 5 of 68 www.fdean.gov.uk 18 January 2023 www.fdean.gov.uk  Due to its rural setting; the opportunity to lead and champion ecological farming and land management practices that increase both biodiversity and carbon sequestration.  The potential for investment on a grand scale to aid the economic recovery from…

…. These cover actions prioritising, but not limited to, the priorities set out above. https://www.fdean.gov.uk/ https://www.fdean.gov.uk/ Forest of Dean District Council Page 6 of 68 www.fdean.gov.uk 18 January 2023 www.fdean.gov.uk The Council’s Lead Officers for climate change will review and update this strategy and action plan regularly between…

North Ayrshire Council

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… the proposal to review the consultation findings to inform the Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy 2020- 2023 which is currently being developed for future Cabinet consideration mid-2020. 1. Executive Summary 1.1 The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published a report in October 2018 recommending immediate action be taken to reduce global…

… the next Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy (ESCCS) 2020-2023. 1.5 The third ESCCS (2020-2023) is due to be published in Summer 2020, with actions identified to achieve the net-zero emission reduction target. It is proposed that this target be achieved by 2030. It is further proposed that two new workstreams are included in the strategy, to support climate change…

… (2020-2023) is underway, taking cognisance of the most recently published climate change reports and continuing this cross-service approach. 2.8 An online consultation ‘Climate Change: Just Cool It,’ was launched in August 2019, seeking views on climate change from young people and those who live or work in North Ayrshire. A further 67 responses were collected from the recent Annual Youth…

… the Council is currently doing to tackle climate change, and there is a call to create a Climate Change Steering Group, to provide representation on decision making platforms across the Council. The ESCCS (2020-2023) will include specific actions to address the views and requests received from this exercise, and future carbon reduction projects will be influenced by this consultation’s output. 2.9…

… on a 2005/06 baseline year). We should seek to address this shortfall and support the reduction trend by investigating carbon absorption solutions, developing renewable energy generation opportunities and investing in new technologies to deliver low carbon heat and energy supplies across domestic, non-domestic and transport sectors. 2.10 The ESCCS (2020-2023) which is being developed will also…

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