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North Norfolk District Council

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… through the lens of local communities and businesses and will be place- specific. The Council needs to “step up”, and we also recognise the importance of engagement with our stakeholders in the district and achieving as high a level of buy-in as possible from our residents to our carbon reduction plans and actions. By adopting a leadership role within the district, we can show what a mainly rural…

… pillars of this action plan are: A shift within the Council to low carbon buildings and energy, by improving energy efficiency, replacing gas heating with low-carbon alternatives (for instance, heat pumps) and increasing local renewable electricity generation. A transition in our transport fleet and the replacement of the remaining vehicle stock to zero- and low-carbon alternatives where powered…

… to provide energy efficiency improvement works to homes occupied by low-income households • Supporting third party work to look at future decarbonisation potential at the Bacton Gas Terminal • Building staff awareness of the climate challenge through training and briefings • Promoting flexible working for staff, with a reduction of staff attending the office and off-site meetings/visits to reduce carbon

emissions • Delivering our Greenbuild event, the most recent of which coincided with COP26, and • Active engagement with other regional councils and stakeholders through the Norfolk Climate Change Partnership and Net Zero East. A key priority since the Council declared the climate emergency has been measuring and understanding our own carbon footprint and then developing credible and targeted actions…

…, with businesses providing accessible low carbon services and offering sustainable commercial and locally sourced products. The Council, residents and stakeholders will consider the environmental impact of what they buy and sell due to increased climate awareness. Our residents will reuse, repair and share products, avoiding unnecessary packaging and single-use plastics, so very little waste…


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