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Forest of Dean District Council

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… and facilitate the development of local low carbon skills.  Explore ways to reduce emissions from waste and encourage a circular economy. The subsequent action plan details 60 actions the Council plans to take between 2022 and 2025, as well as 18 suggested actions for the climate emergency community partnership (Forest of Dean Climate Action), in order to help achieve carbon neutrality by 2030…

…, for example through reforestation (tree planting), or artificial capture and underground storage of industrially produced CO2. Circular economy – a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible, that aims at tackling global challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss…

…, covering a range of topics such as how people travel, heat and use energy in their homes, what they eat and buy, energy generations and carbon storage. Recommendations included investing in public transport and active travel infrastructure, supporting the switch to electric vehicles, investment and support for retrofit, measures to encourage a circular economy and less meat consumption…

… natural environment and resilience to weather events. There are also considerable economic benefits as we move from exporting our wealth out of the district by paying for resources such as fuel, food and materials generated elsewhere, to a localised, circular economy with job creation and community wealth building potential. Opportunities will include the creation of new investment, training…


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