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Nottingham City Council

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… and gas consumption in domestic and commercial buildings. Building on existing low carbon energy generation to support the transition through a new energy system which will reduce the carbon impact of the electricity consumed in our homes and businesses. Waste and water contribute to the overall emissions from businesses and households. Improving our waste and water management systems…

… the final three years of the plan (2026 – 2028) Section 2 – Carbon Removal The second section of this plan focusses on capturing carbon and offsetting residual greenhouse gas emissions that cannot be removed entirely. Negative emissions technologies and offsetting could be used to neutralise remaining emissions. These are broken down into three groups: 1. Local carbon sequestration– Using…

… towards achieving carbon neutrality in 2028. At the end of each financial year, the review of the action plan will inform an understanding of the anticipated carbon saved. The related year’s carbon emissions will not be published by BEIS until two years later due to the data lag (e.g. short term actions in 2020/21 will not be in the released reported emissions until 2022). When the reports…

… a real difference to people’s homes, businesses, transport and to the way the Council operates. We’ve met our 2020 energy strategy emissions target early of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 26% from 2005 levels. The most recent figures from 2017 show a reduction of 41% for the city and 49% per person. We believe the approach we are taking will bring multiple benefits…

… to drive the average car 6 billion miles! Now, Nottingham must go further to reduce emissions and lower its carbon footprint to play its part in preventing a dangerously warmer world. The scale of the change in our citywide efforts required is shown in the graph opposite, with the green line showing where we want to be, and the blue line the absolute minimum to keep us in line with what…

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