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Westminster City Council

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… energy performance beyond the five years stipulated in the new London Plan. Encourage greater accountability for emissions through a new Westminster Sustainable City Charter, a shared commitment for businesses to reduce carbon emissions. Support small businesses to access finance and skills for projects that reduce their carbon impact, such as accessing and installing low carbon energy

… Heating Undertaking (PDHU) Ensure that new developments minimise their whole life carbon impact, reduce emissions on site as far as possible in line with industry best practice, and rely less on carbon offsetting to achieve net zero carbon standards. Set out higher environmental standards for development in Westminster through our City Plan and new Environmental Supplementary Planning Guidance…

… 1 Co-creating a climate action plan for a zero carbon city Summary 2 3 Notes Net zero is the balance between the emissions we produce and those we remove through emission saving activities and carbon offsetting. We will achieve net zero when the amount of emissions we produce is equal to or less than those we take away. CLIMATE CHANGE…

… to limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change. To achieve this, global emissions must reach net zero by 2050. Westminster City Council declared a climate emergency in September 2019 and committed to achieving net zero carbon emission from council operations by 2030 and across the city by 2040. The ambitious level of change required…

… that is prepared for extreme weather. Net zero carbon emissions from council sources by 2030 Net zero carbon emissions city-wide by 2040 4 5 EMISSION SOURCES Across the city, we produced 2.2 million tonnes of CO 2 e in 2017, the highest level of emissions per local authority in London. Most of these were from buildings, with around 71% from offices, shops, restaurants and public…


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