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Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

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… on the Carbon Trust’s Carbon Management Programme, working with specialists at the Trust to develop a Carbon Management Plan for the Council’s estate and services. A target of a 22% reduction in carbon emissions from the levels in 2009/10 by 31 March 2016 was set. 2.2 The data collated on the Council’s emissions included the following sources: • Electricity and gas use in Council buildings…

… for purpose Reduced carbon emissions Reduced carbon emissions Reduced carbon emissions Reduced carbon emissions Reduced carbon emissions Reduced carbon emissions Funding for carbon reduction projects Identification of opportunities that will support progressing the Climate Emergency agenda in Knowsley Development Manager (Strategy) Head of Environmental Sustainability Development…

… by 2040. A further commitment was made to work with partner agencies across the Liverpool City Region to reduce carbon emissions across the borough. 1.2 In making these commitments, the Council recognised that the impacts of climate change are now being seen across the world and there was no doubt that urgent action was needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming…

… to the Council’s estate and services and the requirement to approve an Action Plan by the end of 2020 that specifically focuses on reducing carbon emissions to net zero by 2040. The second area relates to the actions that Knowsley can take to reduce carbon emissions in the wider community and includes working at a Liverpool City Region level. Background ... 2.1 In 2010 the Council enrolled…

… is currently being calculated, however data has been collated for 2018/19. This showed that a 59% reduction in carbon emissions has now been achieved since 2009/10. 2.7 Data from 2018/19 shows that the majority (72%) of Council emissions are from electricity and gas use, with 16% from street-lighting and 12% from the Council’s vehicle fleet and staff travel. Progress to date in reducing carbon


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