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Reading Borough Council

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… of invasive/non-native species colonising as suitable ‘climate space’ shifts northwards Disruption of transport networks impacting on wellbeing and economy Flood risk to infrastructure Heavy rain/high winds leading to more accidents, treefall, road closures and delays Risk of slope/embankment failures Risk of rails buckling, cables sagging and roads softening Discomfort on public transport

…-fitting private and public housing to low/no carbon standards • Renewable electricity and heat • Smart energy technology, local energy storage and connections to local power grids • Electric vehicle infrastructure and scrappage of older vehicles • Cycling, walking and public transport • National recycling standards for industry and supermarkets • Food waste collection and its use for generation…

… Change Partnership and other partners 17 5.2 Resources for strategy implementation 17 5.3 Action Plans for key themes 18 - Energy and Low Carbon Development 19 - Transport 26 - Resources 34 - Water 40 - Nature 47 - Health and Wellbeing 54 6.0 COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT 59 6.1 Our ambition for community engagement in action on climate change 59 6.2 A climate…

… contributed to causing it, and its leadership can have an international impact. Innovation has driven down the costs of key technologies such as offshore wind and battery storage. Some costs to consumers, such as increased heating bills, can be offset by cheaper transport costs (thanks to a widespread shift to electric vehicles) and cheaper electricity bills (thanks to low cost renewable…

… emissions by 2050 Wales: -95% by 2050 8 2.3 The local context: Reading’s carbon footprint Reading produces over 500 kilo-tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually (2018 figures). As the pie chart shows, around 36% of this ‘carbon footprint’ arises from industrial and commercial activity, 40% from domestic sources (heating, lighting and appliances) and 21% from transport. Reading’s per…


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