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Ashford Borough Council

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… cleaner air, warmer homes and increased opportunities for outdoor leisure and recreation; reversing the decline of habitats and species and protecting the natural environment; reducing adverse weather events; creating a circular economy to eliminate waste and ensure the safe use of natural resources. The Kent Resilience Forum (KRF) ‘Principles for a Green Recovery’, adopted as part of our…

… Encourage businesses to utilise schemes and advice to transition to lower carbon economy Promote local low carbon schemes for business such as LoCase and STEM Carbon footprint of businesses lowers and more ‘green’ industries locate in the borough and a low carbon circular economy develops Workforce is skilled in green technology 1. Number of businesses receiving LoCase and STEM grants 2…

… should be looking to minimise the use of energy and water, reduce waste, promote the circular economy and use renewable energy and sustainable materials where possible. It also means that investment doesn’t lock in carbon emissions in the future. 2. Employees and residents are supported to protect and enhance their wellbeing through a cleaner environment and more access to rich and varied nature…


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