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Cardiff Council

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… a climate catastrophe if we don’t act now, with urgency and with bold, impactful decision making. The message could not be clearer; the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report published in August 2021 assessing the impact of global warming to 1.5OC above pre- industrial records has provided the starkest warning yet that if we don’t act to reduce green house gas emissions…

…; Supportive PolicyThe Climate Emergency Our climate is changing. In October 2018 the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report de- tailing the short amount of time we have left to tackle widespread climate breakdown: we have until 2030 to cut our carbon emissions to a level that limits global warming to a maximum of 1.5°C from pre-industrial levels. We are already seeing…

…. Following city wide consultation, this updated strategy reflects the priorities of city wide stakeholders and our actions to deliver the ambition 2030 Carbon Neutral City and Council target, supporting the ambition to keep global warming to less that 1.5°C. Climate change is the long-term shift in average weather patterns across the world. Since the mid- 1800s, humans have accelerated release…

…. Climate Resilience: How are we preparing? Alongside the efforts to reduce Green House Gas emissions, we will need to adapt and we are already preparing. The new flood risk strategy is due for completion in October 2023 based on consultation with local communities and reflecting national climate change policy. All flooding and sea level rise projects already incorporate climate change

… is causing global warming and climate change as the gases absorb radiation. Understanding Carbon ‘Welsh Government Carbon Reporting looks at Emissions in 3 categories or “Scopes’ Scope 1- Direct Emissions are those that occur at source, for example by heating buildings or from the exhaust pipes of vehicles. Scope 2 - Indirect Emissions are mainly from from electricity used in our activities…


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