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Malvern Hills District Council

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… Panel was asked to carry out the research to produce a carbon reduction plan in response to this, including recommendations for appropriate carbon emission reduction targets. This report is the result of that research. It takes into account planned national action, existing local plans, evidence from other councils and consultation with our partners and residents. It sets out an ambitious…

… half of the UK’s energy needs. Coal fired power stations are set to be phased out by 2025. In July 2019 the committee published its latest update report, which acknowledged the progress the Government has made so far and stated there was cause for optimism the UK could become carbon neutral by 2050. However, it warned most of the country’s carbon emission reductions over the last five years…

… to the task. The resulting plan: Destination Zero: Creating a greener and more sustainable Malvern Hills District represents the all-important first stage in our commitment to reducing carbon emissions within the district area to net zero – this being our target not only for the council’s own infrastructure and operational environment but for the district area and its communities as a whole…

… to national planning policy to encourage low carbon or carbon neutral development. The Local Government Association has reinforced this point by warning in September 2019 without further powers, and sustainable and simplified funding streams, councils would struggle to support the UK’s ambition of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. 11 6 OUR VISION Vision: To lead Malvern Hills District to become

…. The council has made an initial commitment of £250,000 to support the plan, the aim of which is to achieve net zero emissions ‘as quickly as possible’ - with its own operations becoming carbon neutral by 2030, and the district as a whole by 2050 at the very latest. That said, it is of course impossible to know with any certainty how long it will take to achieve several of the ambitions and planned…


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