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Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council

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… health sector The health care sector is responsible for around 4.4% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The National Health Service (NHS) produces 5.4% of the UK’s total carbon emissions which is higher emissions than the global average for healthcare. A recent Lancet report shows that in 2019 the health service’s emissions totalled 25 megatonnes of carbon dioxide of which 62% came from…

… Government have set targets for reducing the impact of climate change Global warming The Paris Agreement 2015 Keep global temperatures well below 2°C and aim for 1.5°C Greenhouse gases The Paris Agreement 2015 Reduce global greenhouse gas emissions to below 1990 levels by second half of the 21st century Climate Change Act 2008 (sixth carbon budget) Slash UK greenhouse gas emissions by 78…

… action In 2019, The NHS bodies that make up the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) declared a climate emergency committing to action to reduce carbon emissions and avert predicted illness and disease. The focus for preventing and addressing the impact of climate change includes: • Cutting carbon emissions from energy use by improving efficiency and using low- carbon

… 2025 2030 2035 0.2 0.4 0.29 Tyndall Budget: 8.22MtCO2 to 2038 BEIS Emissions: 0.50MtCO2 0.20 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 Pathway to net zero Tackling Rochdale’s carbon emissions by 2038 Our carbon budget The Tyndall Centre outlines a ‘fair’ carbon budget contribution for Rochdale of 8.22 MtCO2 for 17 years as part of the pathway to net zero. The critical focus is not exceeding…

… CO2 being released into the atmosphere in the borough is balanced by an equivalent amount being removed. Carbon neutrality involves implementing a mix of interventions that will cut, capture or offset carbon emissions. Cutting emissions requires us to make significant changes in key areas - energy, travel, buildings, production and consumption and the natural environment. Carbon


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