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West Dunbartonshire Council

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… target - Reduction of emissions by 28,719 tCO2e versus 2012/13 baseline (32,961 tCO2e) emissions reduction for the Council since To offset means the action or process of the starting point (the ‘Status Quo compensating for carbon dioxide emissions monitoring scenario’) and; arising from our operations and wider human = Consideration of future emissions activities, by participating in schemes…

… operations are driving down emissions. RPP3 sets out the path to a low carbon economy while helping to deliver sustainable economic growth and secure the wider benefts to a greener, fairer and healthier Scotland in 2032. Since the publication of RPP3, a Climate Emergency has been announced by Scotland’s First Minister, followed by new national emissions reduction targets and the ‘Climate Change…

… Dunbartonshire Net Zero Carbon Budget 20 Emissions reduction pathway to net zero 20 04 REVIEWING PROGRESS 23 Governance 23 Cross-cutting Policy 24 Inspiring change 24 Energy & Water & Assets 24 Housing 25 Waste & Circular Economy 25 Sustainable Travel 26 Sustainable Procurement 26 Biodiversity, Greenspace & Landscape 26 Climate Impacts, Risks & Adaptation 27 Schools &…

… to make change. This illustrates the initial steps we will take to reduce the environmental impacts and associated emissions from our own operations, and how we will transform the way we protect our community and infrastructure from the impacts of Climate Change. Furthermore, it demonstrates our commitment as a ‘major player’ for mitigating national carbon emissions by supporting the Scottish…

… Change policy. The Legal and Policy drivers In a drive towards a low carbon economy, the Scottish Government set world leading Climate Change targets to reduce Scotland’s carbon emissions by 80% by 2050, with an interim reduction of 42% by 2020. In 2014 this interim target was met and exceeded (45.8%), originally leading to a new target set for a reduction of 50% for 2020. These targets…

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