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Suffolk County Council

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… international leadership in tackling climate change. The Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan OUR JOURNEY TO CARBON NEUTRALITY https://ukcop26.org/ 22 We urge you to understand your own GHG emissions, and how they can be changed. A tool is available for individuals at greensuffolk.org where help for businesses and communities is also signposted. Think about sharing your journey…

… work by engaging our residents, communities, and businesses. Behaviour change is a big ask. Here in Suffolk, the public sector began the journey in 2007 with the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership, but other individuals and initiatives have been working far longer. We are fortunate to be building on their knowledge and commitment. Some of our residents face acute challenges and may feel unable…

… and clean power generation and interacts with action being taken in other areas, shown in Figure 1. Figure 1: How the Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan links with other key strategies, plans and partnerships Suffolk Inclusive Growth Framework Government plans and strategies Suffolk Recovery Strategy Natural Capital Compendium Suffolk Nature Strategy Suffolk Climate Change

… homes Low carbon transport Industrial and commercial energy use Cleaner power Sector goals and actions The challenge 4.2 million tCO2 The CO2 emissions across the county of Suffolk in 2018. 1.5ºC The limit of global temperature rise beyond which we risk triggering dangerous climate change. Timeline The point at which, at current rates, the world is locked into more than…

… of homes. Goal 3 Behavioural change to use less energy. Towards a carbon neutral Suffolk – Sustainable homes Account for over 25% of CO2 emissions. 3 goals and 23 actions proposed to reduce them. 5 PRIORITY ACTIONS SUFFOLK CLIMATE CHANGE PARTNERSHIP REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES, APRIL 2021 Sector 3: Low carbon transport Transport accounted for over 35% of Suffolk’s CO2 emissions in 2018…

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