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Falkirk Council

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… of the carbon reduction programme. It explores the roles of specialist officers, specialist support units, Council Services, the governance role of corporate working groups and how they report on progress. It starts by asking who develops and drives projects – should it be driven from the top down, bottom up or a mixture of both? Commitment to reducing carbon emissions needs to come from across…

…; Data 2.3 Carbon Footprint 2.4 Scope 3. Projections & Value at Stake 4. Previous Trends 5. Future Action 6. Financing Carbon Saving Projects 7. Responsibility, Governance & Reporting 8. Conclusion 9. Appendices Appendix A – Project Register 2015/16 to 2020/21 – tables 1 to 5 Appendix B – Details of Previous Carbon Reduction Projects Appendix C – Projected…

… reflects the relatively small number of significant carbon reduction projects identified and approved to date. Figure 7: Projected CO2 Associated Costs - Business as Usual Compared with Implementation of CMP Projects The gap between these two scenarios illustrates that over the next five years, projects contained in the CMP should deliver financial savings in the region of £2m…

… and investing lies with individual Services. Other specialist officers and teams, such as the Building Design Unit and street lighting engineers, are responsible for the majority of carbon reduction projects listed in Appendix A. 23 7.1 GOVERNANCE & REPORTING In order to ensure that there is effective and on-going ownership of the Carbon Management Plan, it is important…

… or adapt (called adaptation) (b) Cutting carbon emissions to try to reduce our contribution to the problem in the first place (called carbon reduction or management or mitigation). Carbon Dioxide (CO2) A naturally occurring gas and one of the most abundant greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide is also a by-product of industrial processes, burning fossil fuels and land use changes


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