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Including 6 closely related terms such as ecological, species, and enhance biodiversity.

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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Borough Council

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… domestic framework for environmental governance, including the establishment of a new Office for Environmental Protection, to ensure urgent and meaningful action to deal with the environmental and climate crisis. The Bill introduces many initiatives connected to climate change: mandatory biodiversity net gain - the requirement for new developments to enhance biodiversity, consistency of local…

… global efforts to keep climate warming below 1.5oc to avoid further environmental damage, population displacement, biodiversity loss and risk to life. 2 Portfolio Holder(s): Councillor Dr Felicity Rice – Portfolio Holder for Environment and Climate Change Corporate Director Kate Ryan - Corporate Director of Environment and Community Contributors Larry Austin – Director…

… adaptation, mitigation and the ecological aspects of the Climate and Ecological Emergency. It would also include all related issues contributing to and being affected by climate change, such as air quality, waste and recycling, energy efficiency and biodiversity. Emissions data 6. Benchmark data has been compiled on Council and area-wide emissions. It should be noted that figures shown…

… and renewable energy economy grew by 6.8% in 2017 to reach almost £45 billion. Over the last ten years, annual growth of the UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has been between 1.5% and 3.1% while the green economy has consistently grown at around 5% (Ashden, 2019). Ecology: A large amount of carbon is stored in the natural environment, so it is in our interests to maintain habitats and biodiversity

…. The State of Nature report 2019, from the State of Nature Partnership (a coalition of over 70 conservation organisations) found that over 50 years of monitoring, 41% of UK terrestrial and freshwater species have decreased in abundance. It concludes: ‘Climate change is driving widespread changes in the abundance, distribution and ecology of the UK’s wildlife, and will continue to do so for decades…


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