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London Borough of Redbridge

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… for local authorities to reduce emissions on the scale needed to tackle the climate emergency. We will therefore work with other councils and bodies to lobby for government policy to support local authorities in their efforts to become carbon neutral. This action plan is only chapter 1 of our response to the climate emergency. We will continue to monitor our progress, respond to emerging technology…

… 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 Council Vehicles HRA Housing- Communal Areas Vision Buildings Refuse Vehicles Vision Fleet Street Lighting LA Corporate Estate 1,167 1,145 1,823 1,785 107 0 0 0 0 939 1,062 961 811 208 Fuel consumption emissions Electricity consumption emissions CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN | June 2021 p10 STARTING THE JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRAL 2030…

… The climate emergency declaration focussed on the council becoming carbon neutral by 2030 and carbon zero by 2050. Over the next three years we will work towards achieving carbon neutrality against our baseline 10,008 tCO2e emissions, seeking to reduce our emissions as far as possible. However, as the council is only directly responsible for 2.4% of the borough’s emissions this action plan gives…

…, in the context of progress in other areas of decarbonisation. Oct-23 CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN | June 2021 p18 CLEANER JOURNEYS The fleet (refuse collection vehicles, school transport) accounts for 24% of the council’s total emissions against which we will achieve carbon neutrality. To achieve carbon neutrality for the council we will need to convert the fleet to electric or hydrogen power sources…

… ENABLING OTHERS As a council we have committed to becoming carbon neutral as an organisation. However, given the organisation is directly responsible for approximately 2.4% of the borough’s emissions, action will be needed to address the majority of emissions in the borough and make Redbridge a great place to live. To reduce the borough’s emissions our residents will need to choose lower carbon


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