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Carlisle City Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

… to building a strong, responsive and competitive economy, to support the vision for managed growth. • To support strong, vibrant and healthy communities, by meeting the housing needs of present and future generations, in a high-quality environment with accessible local services. • To contribute to protecting and enhancing our natural, built and historic environment (including improving biodiversity

… inspiration from the World Health Organization’s Healthy Cities Model. The future for a healthier Cumbria can be seen as having five key components: Planet: Cumbria’s natural environment, from our world-class landscapes to the centre of our towns, will be protected and enhanced. Sustainability will be at the heart of future development and Cumbria will reduce its ecological footprint even…

…), using natural resources prudently, minimising waste and pollution, and mitigating and adapting to climate change including moving to a low carbon economy. Climate Change and Flood Risk Objectives • To reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, including through securing energy from renewable sources, and avoid inappropriate development in areas at risk of flooding to ensure that the District…

… and other community facilities by sustainable modes, including walking and cycling. Green Infrastructure Objectives • To protect, enhance and increase the provision of the green and blue infrastructure across the District to create and maintain multifunctional, interconnected and attractive recreational and ecological networks for the benefit of residents, businesses, visitors and the wider…


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