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Suffolk County Council

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… charging points installed; and the proportion of total car and van fleets that are electric. Carbon emissions reduction potential An assessment of the potential contribution of the three quantifiable low carbon transport goals to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 suggest that they could reduce total CO2 emissions by: Reducing car use – 3% More efficient freight – 1% Zero emission vehicles…

… into and removals from the earth’s atmosphere. GHG emissions removal technologies (such as carbon capture and storage or direct air capture of carbon) can take carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere. However, they are not likely to be implemented at scale by 2030, so won’t be a big part of our journey in the next ten years. Other options for removals, such as the land-use solutions offered by forests…

… such as solar and wind. The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY 5 The approach – sectors, goals and priority actions We have identified over 100 actions to work towards achieving carbon neutrality, spread across five sectors: 1. Collaborative action; 2. Sustainable homes; 3. Low carbon transport; 4. Industrial and commercial energy use; and 5. Cleaner power…

… is being done. It builds on the energy that was created in developing this plan, and leverages what is already happening on the ground. To achieve carbon neutrality, 62% of GHG emissions reductions will come from either behaviour change with technology or behaviour change alone. This being the case, all parts of society – public sector, businesses, and communities (individuals themselves, community…

… Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY 11 Sector 2: Sustainable homes Homes accounted for over 25% of CO2 emissions in Suffolk in 2018. To achieve carbon neutrality in Suffolk, the homes sector will need to reduce its GHG emissions practically to zero. Changing how homes are heated is critical. However, two other goals are important: preparing for new technology; and reducing…

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