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Including the closely related terms species, and biodiversity crisis.

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South Tyneside Council

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… Comments and areas for investigation were received on a wide range of topic areas, including: Development of renewable energy solutions Sourcing renewable energy supplies Investing in LED Street lighting Developing greener, cleaner transport options Protecting the environment and greenspaces, while enhancing biodiversity Waste reduction and increased recycling activities Working…

… and biodiversity Healthy ecosystems are fundamental to life on our planet; small changes in average temperatures can have a significant impact upon them. The climate emergency and biodiversity crisis we see today are inextricably linked. Nationally the impact of climate change has resulted in: Catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems, with more than 40…

… environmental and emission reduction Wildflower and meadow grass areas developed to improve biodiversity across the Borough Contractors requested to source bedding plants grown without the use of peat Small scale habitat creation projects, including woodland extensions at various sites including Jubilee Wood; conservation grazing introduced as a management tool on Cleadon Hills; created…

…. Lands are being damaged Forests are being destroyed Ecosystems and biodiversity are being lost Oceans are rising Recurrent climate disasters are becoming global and borderless, resulting in unprecedented human and economic costs The world is at risk of crossing a point of no return on climate change. As we move into uncharted territory, we face…

… be taken to maintain a 1.5°C rise only. Effects of a 1.5°C rise Lower risk of species loss 10 million people fewer are expected to be exposed to sea level risk Lower risk of extreme climatic changes 1 in 100 summers in the Arctic likely to be free of sea ice…

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