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King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

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… Change Act 2008. Strategy approval date: _/_/2021 Page 11 of 37 v.01 Review date: __ 2024 5.2. Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk emissions We conduct an annual carbon audit as a measure to track and monitor our corporate emissions over time. This carbon audit procedure will help us ensure that we are continuing to reduce our corporate emissions to meet our net zero 2050…

… plan, our phase 1 emissions reduction areas have been split into our audit scopes. We detail why and how each scope contributes to our emissions and what kind of measures will have an effect. Our action plan builds upon this and details specific actions we will take to ensure emissions form each scope are reduced. Similarly, for phase 2, we highlight emissions sources from all 4 emissions

… Offshore Wind 2. Driving Growth of Low Carbon Hydrogen 3. Delivering New and Advanced Nuclear Power 4. Accelerating the Shift to Zero Emissions Vehicles 5. Green Public Transport, Cycling and Walking 6. Jet Zero and Green Ships 7. Greener Buildings 8. Investing in Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage 9. Protecting the Natural Environment 10. Green Finance and Innovation We can expect…

… to help reduce the district’s carbon footprint and act as a community leader to encourage others to tackle climate change. The policy states that the council will “proactively identify, understand, manage and review its level of greenhouse gas emissions to play its part in contributing towards achieving the Climate Change Act 2008 and the Paris Climate Agreement”. We are following an agreed…

… Lynn and West Norfolk District emissions The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) publish local authority area carbon dioxide emissions statistics every year. The latest figures were published in 2020, which show that our district; King's Lynn & West Norfolk is one of the highest emitting districts in the UK, having emitted 1,359.7 kilo tonnes CO₂ (kilo tonnes…


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