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Royal Borough of Greenwich

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… to reach carbon neutral by 2030 under seven key themes. Buildings Existing buildings, homes and businesses, are the single biggest source of emissions in Royal Greenwich. We need to constantly improve the energy efficiency and resilience of buildings. Building the skills and jobs required to do this will also strengthen our local economy. Circular Economy we need to buy less, throw less…

… according to the sector of emissions into the following categories: Buildings Energy Supply Natural Environment New Development Circular Economy Empowering wider change Transport The 2030 ambitions are set out in Table 1, below. Our success in reaching the ambitions will depend on changes to national policy from the Government, further funding available to drive forward investments…

…. • The deployment of battery storage and promotion of demand-side response is explored to provide flexibility to the electricity grid Circular Economy • 70% of municipal waste is recycled and the total mass of municipal waste is reduced by 35%. • Reduction in food waste and sustainable consumption are encouraged The natural environment • Increased climate change resilience through improvements…

…/ electricity grid. • Prepare to initiate future District Heating Networks by engaging with potential partners and developing capabilities Facilitating wider change 22 Greenwich Carbon Neutral Plan 2021- 2030 DR AF T 4 £ 4.5 Circular Economy The borough’s emissions from the disposal of waste were 4 kt CO2 in 2019, 0.6% of its total greenhouse gas emissions. Although this a relatively…


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