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Kingston-upon-Hull City Council

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… hereafter. Therefore, using the national 2050 net zero target date, which is the date that current Government policy and funding is focused upon achieving, at current rates of carbon emissions, Hull would use up its 10,400kt budget in just over 9 years. However, Hull could stay within this carbon budget by reducing emissions by 7.7% year on year to become carbon neutral by 2050. This would mean…

…, and the current policy and funding landscape, Hull will aim for a minimum carbon reduction of 77% by 2030 from its 2005 carbon emissions1. As Hull’s target is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, 20 years earlier than the national 2050 target, the Council, together with partners, will campaign for national policy changes and additional funding to ensure Hull’s carbon neutrality is delivered by 2030…

… is place-making for a low carbon future that will shape our city for the rest of the century and beyond. 12-V14-FINAL The Approach This strategy sets out the challenges for Hull, and the pace of change required, to deliver future growth and prosperity whilst at the same time becoming carbon neutral by 2030. Chart 4: Three actions for Hull Carbon neutrality The strategy…

… that experiences such as fuel poverty are effectively redressed. Analysis undertaken for Hull by the University of Leeds has identified some of the steps that are both cost effective and technically viable that can be taken that will be the most carbon effective (Chart 5) and cost effective (Chart 6) in delivering carbon reduction. 17-V14-FINAL Chart 5: Most Carbon Effective carbon reduction

… actions Chart 5: Most Cost Effective carbon reduction actions Change on this scale will require Hull to deliver, over the next ten years, a pace of carbon reduction that it has not been achieved to date. What is carbon neutral and what is the difference between production and consumption emissions? Being carbon neutral, also referred to as “net zero”, means that as a society…


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