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St Albans City and District Council

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… infrastructure; active and public transport infrastructure; and carbon capture and storage (CCS). The costs of climate changes are likely to be substantially more expensive. Estimates suggest that the damage caused by going beyond 1.5C, would cost USD 15-38.5 trillion by 2100 (2.3-3.5% of Gross World Product).

… sustainability plans so that we can learn about what you are doing to help create the healthy, low carbon and sustainable future we all aspire to. We will list your organisation or group as an active participant and supporter on our Sustainability and Climate Crisis webpage. We have provided guidance on how to reduce your own impacts on our Environment and Sustainability webpages. How to get involved…

… into the atmosphere as far as reasonably and practically possible and then remove enough emissions from the atmosphere by natural means (e.g. tree planting) or engineered means (e.g. carbon sequestration) to balance out the residual emissions and achieve ‘net zero’. Net Zero emissions is more realistic than a gross zero target as it allows for some residual emissions from some sectors where…

… outcomes, such as the damages from climate change in the long term, and the evolution of the costs of low-carbon technology over several decades”. They also state that achieving net-zero is cost effective and feasible, because the cost of key technologies is likely to fall to a level commensurate with the accepted costs of meeting the original climate change target of 80% reduction by 2050. The Green…

…. It includes investments in electricity generation (renewables, nuclear, carbon capture and storage) transmission and distribution networks; smart grids (with storage); heat delivery (electric heat pumps, district heating networks or possibly hydrogen-fuelled boilers) to energy-efficient buildings; electric vehicles, using batteries or hydrogen fuel cells, with the associated recharging and refuelling…


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