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Including the closely related term circular economy.

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City of Edinburgh Council

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… tourism and the circular economy was also highlighted, and third/public sector partners commented on the need to ensure commitment from the private sector is in place. Many city partners noted actions where their activities could contribute to delivery and this is being followed up through ongoing engagement with city partners. Supporting, empowering and engaging citizens, and young people…

… climate change 6. Reduce our global footprint 7. Fabric First 8. Electrification first 9. Support sustainable communities 10. Accelerate energy efficiency 11. Accelerate clean energy generation 12. Accelerate transport decarbonisation 13. Empower citizens 14. Support a circular economy 15. Accelerate investment Executive Summary, Draft 2030 Climate Strategy | 0…

… as reducing those we currently produce. Reducing our global footprint: We will create a more circular economy, supporting action to reduce emissions that occur in other parts of the world as result of purchasing and another activity within the city. Fabric first: We will improve the energy efficiency of the city’s buildings, adopting fabric first approaches to reduce energy demand…

… awareness raising campaigns, supported by climate action toolkits for citizens and community groups. 6. We will support business transition and a green circular economy The climate emergency is the greatest threat Edinburgh’s economy has faced since the pandemic. Planning for a green recovery from Covid offers an opportunity for the city to rebuild sustainably, increasing Edinburgh’s…

… outlined above, the main strategy narrative has also been changed in response to feedback from citizens and partners to ensure it gives sufficient weight and visibility to the following issues: 4.6.1 Strengthened messaging around the climate emergency; 4.6.2 Strengthened public health messaging; 4.6.3 Improved visibility of adaptation, greenspaces, biodiversity, food growing and the circular


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