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Wokingham Borough Council

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dioxide emissions for 2018 and 2019 for transport, domestic gas and carbon sequestration can be seen in the table below (Table1). Along with estimated targets for 2021 and 2025. Emission Sector Carbon Emissions (ktCO2e) Predicted Carbon Emissions (ktCO2e) Target Carbon Emissions (ktCO2e) over the next five years 2017 2018 2019 2021 2025 Total Emissions 580.9 548.4 517.7 419.3…

… in 2017. Our highest emitting areas are transport and the use of gas in the domestic sector. These will be key areas on which we will focus our efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. We will also seek to increase the amount of carbon sequestration in the borough. Figure 5. Detailed breakdown of Wokingham Borough Carbon Dioxide Emissions 20175 Based on the BEIS data, predicted carbon

… working group to monitor progress. With the publication of this Climate Emergency Plan all of these commitments are now in place. The UK introduced the Climate Change Act into the legislation in 2008. This seeks to reduce carbon emissions by 100%2 (from where they stood in 1990) by 2050. However, 2019 marks an important milestone year as global carbon emissions have almost doubled since the Act…

… Figure 1 shows Wokingham Borough’s carbon footprint, which is a breakdown of carbon dioxide emissions by emitting sectors (emissions are expressed in kilotons of carbon dioxide or ktCO2e). This footprint is based on government figures, reported two years in arrears, from the department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Total emissions are made up of three sectors; commercial…

… that Wokingham Boroughs carbon footprint would amount to 770.7 ktCO2e in 20174. Despite being outside the council’s sphere of influence, the council will do whatever practically possible to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions generated from rail and motorway transport systems. This will include seeking to influence Government at a national level to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions from these sources…


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