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City of Edinburgh Council

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… the city’s recovery is both fair and green. To achieve that goal, we need to improve air quality, protect our thriving green spaces, support active travel and continue to build 1 A Net-Zero Carbon Roadmap for Edinburgh, Edinburgh Climate Commission/ Place-Based Climate Action Network warm, good quality places to live and work to make Edinburgh a healthier and happier place…

… on progress against the net zero target, it will also cover wider priorities and co-benefits such as tackling poverty, quality of parks and green spaces, air quality and active travel and public health. 4.11 Progress towards achieving the Council’s 2030 net zero target and adaptation work will be reported annually through the Council’s statutory Public Bodies Climate Change report. Further…

… their voice heard. We will Ensure a fair transition to net zero We know vulnerable groups and people in poor health will be more affected by reduced air quality, increased damp, and severe fluctuations in weather such as heatwaves. Those on lower-incomes may also find addressing the impacts of climate change harder– for example meeting the costs associated with flood damage to property…


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