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Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

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… posing a significant economic, social and environmental threat. This will also have an impact on wildlife and biodiversity, resulting in loss of species. As a Council we have already started to act by leading the way in recycling, embarking on an ambitious LED street lightning programme that will reduce energy demand by 33% and Stockport Homes are recognised as a leader in sustainability. We…

…. These woodlands will be created in partnership with community groups. We will ensure that all developers are encouraged to include sustainable drainage and biodiversity net gain wherever possible as part of our planning policy. We will continue to encourage recycling by promoting correct recycling practice and educating our residents. We will create areas managed for a grass meadow in every ward…

…% of species facing extinction 4°C 50% decrease in water availability 80 million more people exposed to malaria in Africa 300 million more people affected by flooding each year Loss of around half Arctic tundra and collapse of Amazon rainforest 5°C Disappearance of glaciers in Himalayas affecting China/ India Disease mutate and spread, water borne diseases increase Sea level rise…

… and biodiversity. Our Ambition We will incorporate climate impact assessment into everything we do by incorporating it into decision making, report templates and all key strategies. We will encourage our staff to change behaviour by reducing the resources they use such as energy, fuel and materials. For example, we will aim to reduce the amount of paper we use by 50% by 2025. To encourage behaviour…

…, and improves our mental health. We understand that our natural environment means many things, to many people, and that is why we won’t just protect our natural environment and biodiversity, we will enhance it. But we can’t do this alone. To really safeguard our natural environment for future generations, we all need to play our part. The shops we buy from, the rubbish we throw out, and the way we…

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