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Adur District Council

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… at the conference (Section 5) 3.5.3. A Draft Study created by consultants Anthesis, which outlines potential pathways for Adur and Worthing to become Carbon Neutral (Section 6) 3.5.4. Proposals for next steps. (Section 7) 4. Success of the climate conference Zero 2030 the Community Led Climate Conference 4.1. The conference responded to council commitments: 4.1.1. UK100 Cities Pledge to achieve…

… 100% Clean Energy across Adur and Worthing by 2050; 4.1.2. Platforms for Our Places Going Further 2020-22 ​to​ convene a large Climate Change Event to bring businesses, public organisations and communities together and develop ongoing engagement; 4.1.3. all the ​SustainableAW​ themes, particularly: ​Shared Leadership; Carbon Reduction; Climate Resilience; and Biodiversity. 4.2…

… to put their own house in order, having committed to work towards a council target to become carbon neutral by 2030 and developing a Carbon Neutral Plan. The Climate Conference was seen as an opportunity to work with external partners to address the challenge of becoming carbon neutral across the wider area of Adur and Worthing.…

… Neutral Study for Adur and Worthing: Exploring pathways to achieve the target (SCATTER Study) 6.1. The councils committed under the ​UK100 Cities Pledge​ to work towards 100% clean energy across Adur and Worthing by 2050; and in ​SustainableAW​ and Platforms for our Places​ (3.1.4), committed to produce an action plan for carbon reduction across adur and Worthing, and. 6.2. The Carbon

… aligns with the Paris Agreement. This is a finite amount of carbon that should not be exceeded in order to remain under the international and national 2050 100% carbon reduction target (estimated to prevent breaching 1.5 degrees global warming). 6.6. Adur and Worthing’s emissions are tracking a ‘business as usual’ scenario, which will exceed Adur and Worthing’s carbon budget by a factor of 3…


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