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Surrey Heath Borough Council

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benefits– green infrastructure and nature based solutions to climate change, such as tree planting, can have a wide range of additional benefits including supporting biodiversity, water, soil and air quality. The challenges associated with addressing climate change are inherently complex and guidance and best practice is continually evolving as a result of changes in technology and our…

… and green infrastructure strategy (specific to climate change), taking account of the Borough’s biodiversity assets. Within existing budgets Indirect Ongoing High ET11 Work with partners to develop and deliver a framework for biodiversity net gain. Within existing budgets Indirect Short term High ET12 Continue to work with Joint Waste Solutions and partners to deliver reductions…

… to reduce energy consumption and increase local renewable energy production to transition to zero-carbon energy. 3. Work with partners to support initiatives and infrastructure to increase the uptake of walking, cycling and public transport, and low emission vehicles. 4. Deliver improvements to green infrastructure in the Borough, increasing the potential of land, biodiversity, current and future…

…. It is widely accepted that delivering actions to address climate change will offer many co-benefits. These include: • Health benefits – Due to cleaner air, warmer homes, more exercise and better mental health. • Economic benefits – Less lost time due to traffic congestion, job creation in the green economy, operational cost savings via increased energy efficiency and waste reduction. • Biodiversity

… change. The IPPC website ( includes numerous reports setting out the evidence of climate change and the impacts it will have on human life and biodiversity. • The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) advises the government on emissions targets and reports to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The CCC is an independent, statutory body established…


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