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Test Valley Borough Council

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… be requested to provide their draft recommendations within six months. iv. That the Council work with our communities and partners to identify opportunities for making the Borough carbon neutral. 4 The thread of tackling climate change runs implicitly through many of the priorities of the Council’s Corporate Plan 2019-2023 ‘Growing Our Potential’. At its centre is our commitment to place-based…

… working and enabling our communities to tackle the issues that are most important to them. This sets the context for working with our communities and partners to learn and share their ideas for tackling climate change. In addition, the Council’s Sustainability Framework (2017) set out a series of objectives the Council works towards in promoting sustainability. This includes using resources…

Climate Emergency Action Plan Test Valley Borough Council June 2020 2 Introduction Climate change will affect all of us. Reducing the scale of the impact will be a significant challenge given the size of the task involved. It means that the current ways which we all do things will need to be reviewed and adapted as necessary…

… greenhouse gas emissions, ranging from the purchase of electric vans for its fleet, installing solar panel on the depot roof at Portway and soon to be completed Ganger Farm pavilion, and the introduction of LED lighting at its Beech Hurst offices. On some occasions the role of the Council, and the decisions that it needs to make, will appear to conflict with the larger task of tackling climate

change. However, the Council will need to weigh up all the different evidence and requirements in making those difficult decisions. Wider Context Across the world, a number of organisations and authorities have been pressing for action on climate change based on significant scientific evidence of the magnitude of the crisis. In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC…


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