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West Devon Borough Council

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… into consideration in procurement policy.  Supporting understanding of climate and biodiversity issues through briefings for Members and Officers and sharing information through online newsletters There are more actions and the details of these are found within our ‘Operational Carbon Reduction Plan’ and in terms of what we have done and what we are seeking to do, the story so far is…. Moving…

… and enable a collective approach by galvanizing our residents and to encourage and support flourishing eco businesses, third sector bodies, and community groups. The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) recommends that local authority plans should include a high level of ambition for emissions reduction, in the case of West Devon, we aim to reduce carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050 at the latest…

… legislative system to create more sustainable developments and work collaboratively with external bodies. What have we already done? 1. The Joint Local Plan contains a carbon reduction target of 50% of 2005 by the end of the plan period, which is 2034 2. Adopted a Supplementary Planning Document, which among other things, provides clarity and re- enforcement as to how our low carbon policies…

… as an organisation in the right direction. We aim to be a carbon neutral organisation by 2030 and to have improved the habitats in our green and wooded open spaces by up to 10% by 2025” "For those things that are outside of our direct control, we have joined forces with the Devon Climate Emergency Response Group to support the creation of a Devon-wide plan, with the aim of Devon becoming carbon neutral…

… than 2 tonnes as soon as possible. The recent Intergovernmental Panel for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) stated that around 25% of the world's species are now at threat of extinction due to habitat loss and the effects of climate change. The Committee on Climate Change recently reported that for the UK to reach 'carbon net zero' by 2050, there will have to be a quadrupling of low


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