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Eastleigh Borough Council

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… in activities with the Council. Need to take a prudent, proportionate and replicable approach to setting the baseline and understanding the impact of activities The Council has a good record of tracking its own direct emissions (scope 1) and those created from the energy it consumes (scope 2) over several years as part of the previous Climate Change Strategy and emission reduction targets. Emissions

… current Climate Change Strategy the Council has generated hundreds of thousands of kilowatt hours of renewable energy, supported residents and community groups to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, lobbied Government and worked with partners to improve the resilience of the Borough. In its declaration, Council reaffirmed its commitment by joining other local authorities and institutions…

… in declaring a Climate and Environmental Emergency. In doing so it agreed to: a. put in place measures to ensure the Council’s own operations and functions achieve carbon neutrality by 2025 b. work with partners to aim for all projects and services delivered in the Borough to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 c. ensure that the Council’s procurement policy recognises carbon neutrality as one of its…

… primary considerations d. recognise the urgency of action to mitigate and adapt to the changing climate in every decision taken by the Council e. establish a cross-party working group to develop a plan for how the Borough of Eastleigh could achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 i. to be Chaired by the Cabinet Lead for the Environment and to include representatives from within the local community…

… reference to stress on our water supply, tree and wildlife survival. The UK Climate Change Act 2008 sets a statutory target to reduce UK greenhouse gas emissions by 80% from 1990 by 2050. In May 2019, the UK Committee on Climate Change recommended that the UK Government increase this target to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The Government has now adopted this target. In parallel, the UK…


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