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North Devon Council

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…://heartofswlep.co.uk/growing-our-economy/our-blueprint-for-clean-growth/ 17 gas emissions’. By supporting the right development in the right place, the planning process can have major impacts on sustainable travel behaviour, low carbon impact building use, and supporting the infrastructure needed for our low carbon future such as renewable energy schemes. Central to this process is the development…

… of 93,667, showing a 2.7% increase in the North Devon population over that 7-year period. Between 2018 and 2033 North Devon’s population is set to grow by 7% to an estimated 103,400. It may be useful to understand the carbon dioxide emissions from the district in the context of the other local authorities across Devon. The graphic below highlights the differences between carbon emissions from…

… for determining our actions and priorities over the coming years. We will regularly report on the effectiveness of our actions and demonstrate achievements. The Government regularly publishes Local Authority and regional carbon dioxide emissions national statistics8. These provide the most reliable and consistent breakdown of estimates of CO2 emissions across the country using nationally available…

… across industrial, commercial and domestic sources (due in large part to switch from coal in electricity 8 Local Authority carbon dioxide emissions https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/uk-local-authority-and-regional-carbon-dioxide-emissions-national-statistics 10 generation to gas and renewables) however there has been a marginal increase in emissions from…

… transport sources over the same period. There is an established methodology for assessing and reporting on the carbon footprint of an organisation as given in guidelines published by HM Government – Environmental Reporting Guidelines (updated March 2019)9 The reporting guidance identifies the main types of emission sources in three categories known as ‘scopes’. These are defined as: Scope 1…

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