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Glasgow City Council

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…, this will mean the carbon emissions are balanced. Restoring the balance to the natural carbon cycle. It is worth clarifying that working towards this net zero carbon target therefore requires the city to significantly reduce carbon emissions whilst working to implement measures to capture (or sequester) residual emissions. To achieve the level of change that is required to respond…

emissions by approximately 27,000 tCO2 - which will see the city ’s footprint reduced by 55% compared to its 2005/06 baseline. The new Carbon Management Plan (CMP3) aims to address the city ’s direct carbon emissions and will commit Glasgow City Council as an organisation to achieve the 2030 net zero carbon target. The CMP3 will include a strong programme of retrofitting energy efficiency…

… appreciation of the term ‘net-zero carbon’ over ‘carbon neutrality’. We, therefore, commit to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030. The city will continue strive to ensure that all greenhouse gas emissions produced and mitigated in the city are in balance. Glasgow looks to become one of the most sustainable cities in Europe. The city has already achieved (and exceeded) its target…

… for Glasgow the scope, scale, and intensity of delivery of projects to set Glasgow on course to achieving its net zero carbon goal for 2030. The most recent data (2018) for city emissions highlights that our total area wide emissions 2,591 kilo-tonnes (ktCO2). This represents a 37 % reduction on the city’s baseline data (2006) and the total emissions which will have to be mitigated…

… Insights for 2020 suggests that transportation- based emissions in Glasgow decreased by 39% in 2020. The city will strive to maintain that reduction and further reduce transport sector emissions. The city’s ambition is to reduce emission through direct mitigation, while also adapting to the impacts of climate change and addressing the ecological emergency, all of which will provide carbon


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