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West Sussex County Council

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… transport by petrol and diesel vehicles will not only contribute to carbon reductions but will also reduce the amount of harmful nitrogen oxide emissions, the main source of which is vehicle emissions. • A protected natural environment and supported biodiversity - over half our county is designated as national park or Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). A changing climate threatens…

… the natural environment and all the benefits we currently enjoy. Reducing the impacts we see will help to protect the natural environment and support biodiversity. By making choices about how we take action to achieve this, for example by choosing nature-based solutions, can also help to enhance our local environment and deliver a much larger benefit than carbon saving alone. • A greater…

… the impacts of climate change. 1. We will take positive action to sequester carbon in the natural environment. 2. We will prioritise natural flood solutions to protect people and property. 3. We will increase access to nature. e. We will increase opportunities to achieve biodiversity net gain 2. We can enable our communities, suppliers and partnerships to live and work in different ways…

… Year Environment Plan published in 2018, sets comprehensive goals and targets to improve the UK’s air and water quality and protect threatened plants, trees and wildlife species. • The Resource and Waste Strategy 2018 outlines the actions the UK will take to minimise waste, promote resource efficiency and move towards a circular economy. • The Clean Air Strategy 2019 demonstrates how the national…


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