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North Lanarkshire Council

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… will put local people first to maintain and improve facilities, services, and supports. We will focus on the things that will significantly improve the quality of life and wellbeing of all our residents and the people who want to live, learn, work, invest, and visit here. 1.2 National Context This century must see an urgent scaling-up of action to tackle global environmental challengesclimate

… Plan The Biodiversity Action Plan details the actions required across North Lanarkshire to safeguard vulnerable species and protect and enhance key habitats at an ecosystem scale. 6 Environment Strategy 2019 7 Strategies and Plans Carbon Management Plan Climate Change is the most significant issue facing our planet. The Carbon Management Plan (CMP) details the council’s climate actions

… – socially, economically and environmentally – within planetary limits: to work towards a world where no country uses more resources than the Earth can support and to replenish the natural systems that sustain us. This transformation will require commitment, collaboration, innovation and political leadership. The approach we take to environment and climate change policies will play an essential role…

… and future environmental challenges, and to collaborate with others as we do that. In individual areas of environmental policy, Scotland already has strong, ambitious strategies in place. • In 2018, the Scottish Government published its Climate Change Plan which details how they will continue to drive progress towards the currently legislated emissions reduction target of 80% by 2050. In response…

change, biodiversity loss, pollution, resource depletion and waste – to safeguard the wellbeing and prosperity of people around the globe, and the natural world we belong to. Current patterns of consumption and production are simply not sustainable. If everyone in the world lived as we currently do in Scotland, it would require the resources of more than three planets. We need to adapt to prosper…


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