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Forest of Dean District Council

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…, for example through reforestation (tree planting), or artificial capture and underground storage of industrially produced CO2. Circular economy – a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible, that aims at tackling global challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss

…/ Forest of Dean District Council Page 5 of 68 18 January 2023  Due to its rural setting; the opportunity to lead and champion ecological farming and land management practices that increase both biodiversity and carbon sequestration.  The potential for investment on a grand scale to aid the economic recovery from…

…. This is an opportunity to not just improve the quantity of carbon storage via tree planting, but also the quality of it though improving ecological networks, using native species. Furthermore, the district’s natural environment can play a key role in climate change adaptation, for example flood management strategies via…

… of this, Forest of Dean District Council declared a Climate Emergency in 2018, making a pledge to make the Council and the district carbon-neutral by 2030. With a dramatic decline in the abundance and diversity of plants and animals across the world including here in the UK, the Council has also vowed to take action to tackle the Ecological Emergency, which is deeply interconnected with the Climate…

… can help facilitate an increase in the retrofit of existing buildings.  Identify ways of supporting industry to use renewable energy to substitute for fossil fuels used during industrial installations.  Identify ways of supporting the implementation of carbon sequestering and ecologically regenerative land management and farming practices in the district.  Support partners to promote…


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