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Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… Council’s Carbon Footprint - emissions from our own operations 10 Figure 7: One Carbon World – sources of CO2e by emission activity 10 Figure 8: One Carbon World – sources of CO2e by emission energy and fuel use 11 Figure 9: One Carbon World – sources of CO2e by indirect emissions (scope 3) 11 RIBBLE VALLEY IN CONTEXT 12 Transport 12 Figure 10: Transport hierarchy 12 Figure 11: Car Ownership…

… emergency'. In December 2020, Boris Johnson declared that the UK will set a target of 6 68% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2030 and include this target in its commitments in the Paris agreement - the UK has signed and ratified the United Nations Paris Agreement that commits signatories to reduce carbon emissions sufficiently to limit global temperature increases…

… impacts of climate change in its service delivery. The Council is already taking on board some of the climate change messages in some aspects of its work. However, this is often undertaken in a piecemeal fashion often as the result of specific areas of work. Many of the efficiency savings that the Council is already working towards will reduce carbon dioxide emissions as an unintended…

… - Met Office 6 Local Context - Ribble Valley 6 Figure 2: Climate Change in the North West of England 6 Aspects of the Council’s work that may be directly affected by climate change 7 CARBON FOOTPRINT 8 Ribble Valley’s Carbon Footprintemissions in the borough area 8 Figure 3: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy 2018 breakdown of CO2 emissions for Ribble Valley 8…

… 2008 which made the 80% CO2 emissions reduction target by 2050 legally binding. The government has a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by the United Kingdom by 50% on 1990 levels by 2025 and by 100% on 1990 levels by 2050. In May 2019, Parliament declared a 'climate change emergency', however this does not legally compel the government to act. In December 2020, Boris Johnson…

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