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Slough Borough Council

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… of this work, an “intervention” is measure designed to mitigate carbon emissions, including specific, quantifiable steps outlined in SCATTER Pathways (see page. 23). The report is structured as follows: o Chapters 2 & 3 outline the current context for climate change action and provide an overview of Slough’s baseline emissions. o Chapters 4 & 5 outline Slough’s carbon budget and present…

… stretch target. Objectives 1. Provide a better understanding of Slough’s carbon footprint using a location- based accounting approach and build on existing work to date. 2. Explore the science-based carbon budget and emissions reduction pathways for Slough. 3. Reaffirm and identify a number of emissions reduction measures, milestones and actions for Slough Borough Council to implement. 4…

… and several other key private businesses. Slough Borough Council | Background & Context 11 2. BACKGROUND & CONTEXT KEY POLICIES RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE To date, Slough Borough Council have developed several responses to the motion on climate change: Carbon Management Plan 2020-2030: Following the motion on climate change, the Carbon Management Plan introduces measures to reduce

…. In May 2020, the Committee on Climate Change called for government to use the economic recovery as an opportunity to accelerate the shift towards a low- carbon economy. This would stimulate jobs, stabilise future economic resilience, and mitigate climate related risks. Business and health professionals are also making similar calls. The C40 Cities group has published an overview…

… temperature change below 2°C into a fixed emissionscarbon budget’ for each local authority. There are two key ideas underpinning their research: 1. The carbon budget is a fixed amount: A global emissions limit represents the total emissions allowed before the 1.5°C threshold for greenhouse gas concentration is crossed. This global “budget” can then be scaled down to a national level…


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