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Including 9 closely related terms such as total carbon, carbon emission, and carbon footprint.

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Newark and Sherwood District Council

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… Change in District emissions from 2005 to 2018 District emissions breakdown in 2018/19 This analysis calculates the sources of carbon emissions from residential and business across the Newark and Sherwood District, using data from the UK’s Greenhouse Gas Inventory. The Inventory estimates the carbon dioxide emissions at local authority level across the UK. In 2018/19 the total carbon footprint

… • Establish data to determine the carbon footprint of Newark and Sherwood District Council • Consider the Council’s contribution to the district carbon footprint more widely • Engage with stakeholders All of the above actions have been brought together in this Climate Emergency Strategy to provide a robust and measurable way for the Council to take action to reduce its operational carbon emissions, whilst…

… emissions at local authority level across the UK. In 2018/19 the total carbon footprint of the District was 987,800 tCO2e, comprised of petroleum products (43%), gas (26%), electricity (16%), coal (8%) and manufactured fuels (7%). 987,800 2,165 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 Total District Emissions NSDC Emissions Comparison of Newark District Emissions to NSDC Emissions…

…. Importantly, the Council will assess all projects for their emission reduction potential, to ensure that at least they won't have an adverse impact on the Council emissions. NSDC Climate Emergency Target ‘A carbon neutral organisation will measure its carbon footprint, and develop and implement a Carbon Management Plan (including a reduction target). Residual emissions will then be offset…

… Leisure Centre and Blidworth Leisure Centre. The Carbon Trust identified the top 10 buildings by their carbon emissions in the Council’s 2018/19 carbon footprint (graph to the right) and considered a range of emission reduction opportunities that could be applied to achieve the Council’s 2035 target. Electricity and gas consumption are the dominant emissions sources for all buildings. Numerous…


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