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St Albans City and District Council

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… infrastructure; active and public transport infrastructure; and carbon capture and storage (CCS). The costs of climate changes are likely to be substantially more expensive. Estimates suggest that the damage caused by going beyond 1.5C, would cost USD 15-38.5 trillion by 2100 (2.3-3.5% of Gross World Product).

… to declare a Climate Emergency and do everything we can to reduce St Albans District carbon emissions to net zero by 2030. Climate change is already happening; we can no longer continue ‘business as usual’. In May 2019 the UK parliament became the first in the world to declare a climate emergency. The government has committed to reducing emissions to net zero by 2050. As a country we will all need…

… into the atmosphere as far as reasonably and practically possible and then remove enough emissions from the atmosphere by natural means (e.g. tree planting) or engineered means (e.g. carbon sequestration) to balance out the residual emissions and achieve ‘net zero’. Net Zero emissions is more realistic than a gross zero target as it allows for some residual emissions from some sectors where…

…) sets legally binding science-based carbon budgets and recommends policies and actions to drive change. The CCC estimates that UK emissions will need to be reduced by at least 3% per year from now on, and local councils have a vital role to play. In response to the CCC recommendations the UK has now passed the Climate Change Act 2008 (2050 Target Amendment) Order 2019 which commits the UK…

… Finance Task Force estimates that investments in infrastructure to meet the fifth carbon budget (spanning 2028-32) will need to be around 1% of GDP (£22 billion) per year, of which public investment would be about £2.2 billion. It also estimates that approximately 10% of the investment will need to be from public funds. Much of this would be a redirection of, rather than additional, investment…


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