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North Lanarkshire Council

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… fleet’ i.e. business travel accounts for 18% of this emission source and has the potential to be reduced in future years with improved use of public transport and the council’s pool cars. Target for 2022 Figure 7 provides a comparison of the baseline year with subsequent and future years. For 2018/19 a projected carbon footprint has been calculated and this is based on the realisation…

… or the output result is difficult to quantify. Examples of this would be: ‘FuelGood Driver Training’ and the Council’s Fleet: The council participates in the Energy Savings Trusts ‘FuelGood Driver Training’ as it contributes to a reduction in the council’s transport emissions through a reduced fuel consumption within the fleet. Below is some highlights of improvements within the council’s fleet…

… Date 1 April 2019 Version number 3 Document status Final Version Governance Committee Environment and Transportation Date approved Review date 1 May 2019 Strategic Alignment The Carbon Management Plan supports a number of council’s priorites The Plan for North Lanarkshire: Improve economic opportunities and outcomes Support all children and young people to realise…

… to increase use of low carbon technologies (including heat) and the continued and enhanced improvements to buildings. It also identifies further emission reductions in: • Transport (37%); • Industry (21%); and • Waste (52%). The EES Route Map has two key policy areas to deliver: fuel poverty and climate change. It sets out a timelines with incremental targets aimed to improving both domestic…

… date. Table 1 - Carbon Footprint 2015/16 (Baseline) 2015/16 Carbon Emissions (tCO2e) Stationary 74,509 Waste 35,759 Transport 6,806 Total 117,075 Carbon Indicator: Carbon emissions per FTE employees 9.1 Current Footprint The council’s estate is under continuous change as the council looks to improve the efficiency and use of its buildings, whilst improving…

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