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Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

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… in promoting community, public and business partnerships in reducing carbon emissions; 4) Mandate officers to lobby government for additional resources to support this strategy where these are required; 5) Pledge to produce, in January of each year, a Rotherham Climate Emergency Annual Report, detailing the Council’s progress against the Carbon Action Plan; 6) Pledge to ask our partner organisations…

…, the skills and employment strategy, neighbourhood working, inclusive growth and social justice. 5 Proposed Targets 5.1 It is proposed that the following targets are adopted. RMBC: Council’s carbon emissions to be at net zero by 2030 Rotherham: borough-wide carbon emissions to be at net zero by 2040 The purpose of these dual targets is to recognise the borough’s carbon footprint alongside…

… the Council’s carbon budget and acknowledge the need for the Council to lead by example in securing commitments and pledges from other organisations. 5.2 The RMBC target is ambitious and will require commitment across the organisation, however we are not starting from scratch. The aim is to accelerate current activities such as the roll out of energy switching schemes and integrate carbon reduction…

… Yorkshire partnership commitments to reduce carbon emissions associated with waste Complete energy efficiency improvements to street lighting Develop a tree planting policy 8 Management, Monitoring and Development 8.1 In order to ensure effective monitoring of the climate response actions, it is proposed that a member working group for climate action continues. Chaired by a Cabinet Member…

… Rotherham from climate change’s effects such as flooding and other extreme weather variations. An effective adaptation strategy must be informed by a comprehensive appraisal of likely impacts to the borough; this will be informed by utilising internal and external expertise as well as insight gained from the community. 3 “The Big Ask” 3.1 It is recognised that the reduction of carbon emissions


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