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Argyll and Bute Council

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… into a regular reporting and scrutiny of Climate Change Actions via our Policy and Resources Committee. This plan will evolve in future years and the Action Plan is a live document that will be updated and reported to Committee regularly. However this plan aims to provide focus for the Council to respond to diverse challenges and to address activities required to urgently reduce carbon emissions

… and Bute Council to achieve 75% carbon reduction by 2030 and net zero before 2045 This is the second iteration of our Decarbonisation Plan and aligns with national requirements. As this and future plans develop and resource are aligned to specific activities then these timelines for delivery of targets will be reviewed. 2. Support our low carbon economy We aim to assist our local…

… of our staff and customers Use the new branding (top left of page) to underpin messages of our Decarbonisation Plan. Over 1MW of installed Solar Photovoltaic Panel capacity has already been installed on Council Buildings LED Streetlights installed across Argyll and Bute have reduced carbon emissions by more than 1,100 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year There are approximately…

… and Bute. This scheme will contribute to reducing carbon emissions and improving energy efficiency of homes, as well as being part of the Scottish Government’s route map to an energy efficient Scotland. In 2020, Argyll and Bute Council supported Argyll Community Housing Association with their Warm Homes Project. £1million of funding was used to install external wall insulation to eligible…

… with the Council on multiple projects and share a number of common objectives around people in nature. ACT’s Woodland Enterprise is an innovative new venture supporting biodiversity improvements, carbon sequestration, and community access to and involvement with Argyll’s woodlands. Agreements between ACT, Argyll and Bute Council and SSEN have been reached to deliver over 30 hectares of native tree…


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