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Adur District Council

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… temperatures in the UK with a new all-time record in 2019 (38.7° C) Cambridge, July; and a new winter record (21.2° C) London, February. 3.2. During lockdown, council work has continued with urgency to address the council’s own carbon emissions, and to develop strategies to address the area wide carbon emissions including preparing for a comprehensive inclusive Climate Assembly with local residents…

… in autumn 2020 and publishing the first SustainableAW​ magazine​ to promote, celebrate and enhance local activity. 3.3. Following the Declaration of Climate Emergency by the councils in July 2019, Adur & Worthing Councils joined forces with Worthing Climate Action Network 1 ​A study by ​Leeds University​ found that during lockdown, carbon dioxide and other emissions fell globally by between…

… to reduce emissions and meet their climate change objectives. It is recognised by BEIS as a robust data-driven model to help understand the nature and extent of future action required. 6.3. The study does not ​define​ the pathway for Adur and Worthing to achieve the 2050 target but outlines the​ level of ambition​ needed to achieve an area based carbon neutral target. 6.4. The Study…

… Climate Plan 2.1.3. endorse ongoing collaboration with local communities on the Climate Emergency as set out in Next Steps Section 7 of this report; 2.1.4. endorse the use of the Adur & Worthing Carbon Neutral Study (by Anthesis) to inform the Draft Climate Plan and other action on the Climate Emergency. 3. Context: Zero 2030 the Climate Conference 3.1. Despite reductions in global

carbon emissions of up to 30% during lockdown, these will have limited effect on averting climate change unless a green recovery is established as the world emerges from lockdown . Record 1 breaking global heating temperatures are continuing to be recorded. In July 2020 the Meteorological Office published it’s sixth ‘​State of the UK Climate​’ report. This confirmed consistent increasing warming…


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