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Bristol City Council

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… Environmental Sustainability Board We are facing a climate emergency. As a city we need to act now to reduce direct and indirect carbon emissions to net zero. We need to prepare and adapt to deal with the projected impacts of climate change. In the One City Plan, Bristol committed to becoming carbon neutral and climate resilient by 2030. To achieve this, over the next decade, we need…

… in the city totalled ~1,600ktCO2e in 2017. This baseline does not include the value chain emissions of these activities and does not cover land use, agriculture, and forestry, which are defined as scope 1 emissions sources Greenhouse Gas Protocol for Cities. The study identifies that the evaluated direct emissions have decreased by 36% since 2005. However, to reach the city’s target of a carbon

… to engage with harder to reach communities, this could be through culture, music, dance and sport. - City engagement on how climate change is affecting Bristol now and what a future emission scenarios would actually look like. Using this to explore steps to take to reduce carbon emissions and adapt to climate change to build community resilience. - Working with all partners who have…

… for the city that will need the collaboration of multiple partners across the city to reach our city goals. - Built on the currently available evidence base. There are gaps in understanding and more work will need to be undertaken over time. - Integrated. It covers both direct and indirect carbon emissions as well as climate resilience. This strategy is not: - A delivery plan which…

… to carbon neutrality for our direct emissions within Bristol. Our evidence helps us to start the journey for reducing our wider emissions and enhancing our resilience to future climate change. The challenge is huge, and we recognise that this is just the start. As our knowledge base grows, and as the world around us changes, we will adapt and evolve to deliver the best outcomes for the city…


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