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Oxford City Council

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… ▪ A mix of developers, private landlords, individuals, Oxford City Council and central government were felt to be primarily responsible for reducing carbon emissions in buildings. ▪ There was a perceived need for a balanced approach to decreasing emissions from buildings while simultaneously working to resolve the current affordable housing and homelessness crisis in Oxford. ▪ Assembly Members…

… has legislation to reach ‘net zero’ by 2050. Should Oxford be more proactive and seek to achieve ‘net zero’ sooner than 2050?” To do so, they focussed on five key areas relating to carbon emissions in Oxford: waste reduction, buildings, transport, biodiversity & offsetting, and renewable energy. To help understand and deliberate on these issues, Assembly Members listened to expert…

…. Biodiversity & offsetting ▪ Assembly Members were very positive about creating more biodiversity and green space around Oxford. Creating more green space and planting more trees was considered an ‘easy win’ and visible to the whole community. ▪ There were questions about whether ‘offsetting’ could effectively address carbon neutrality, and if it allowed those who can afford it to continue…


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