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London Borough of Hillingdon

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… with residents, schools, and businesses to enable them to identify their carbon footprint and to put in place actions to reduce it. Typical examples are assisting private sector homeowners with insulation and renewable power schemes or creating the infrastructure for charging electric vehicles and encouraging each school to have its own carbon reduction plans. Corporate Climate Commitment 2: “To become

… arising from gas, electric and vehicle fuels use. The reasons for this are two-fold. Investment in systems and technology (shown below) and behavioural changes across services which reduce carbon emissions and, the gradual decarbonisation of the UK electrical power network. Installation of low carbon and renewable technology at various community facilities around the borough. Active measures…

sequestration through increased planting and changes to green space management. In particular to plant more street trees in urban areas to improve air quality, tackle flood risk and improve the quality of life. What is Carbon Offsetting? Carbon offsetting is the reduction in carbon emissions made through a particular process to compensate the emissions produced elsewhere. Why do we need Carbon…

…. In 2007 we signed the Nottingham Declaration on Climate Change. This led to a climate change strategy which has seen council carbon emissions reduce by over 40% during the last ten years. Yet further action is required as the challenge intensifies. The Council responded swiftly to the will of the residents in declaring a climate emergency which demonstrates the need for even greater effort from…

… for future generations. This Strategic Plan will set out the Actions to realising this Vision focussing on three Corporate Commitments: Corporate Climate Commitment 1: “To lead and inspire our residents, businesses and schools to reduce their own carbon emissions.” Where we cannot directly control emissions, we intend to identify the opportunities to enable others to reduce theirs. We want to work…


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