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Kingston-upon-Hull City Council

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… Roadmaps for the city covering mobility, energy, buildings, industry, land-use, land-use change and forestry  Understand the future cost / implication of non-optimum decarbonisation solutions and investments  Zero emission transport infrastructure strategy  Citizens Inquiry: Provide wider civil society input into 2030 target actions  Ensure that climate proofing is undertaken of all major…

… different as we walk and cycle more and use public transport as we create the infrastructure to make this the easiest and first choice. The public transport (buses and trains), cars, freight trains, lorries, boats and ships will be powered by electricity and hydrogen. Our homes and offices will be more energy efficient and we will use electricity and/or hydrogen to heat and cook…

… Board and Hull City Council 6-V14-FINAL Chart 3: Strategic plan relationship (*awaiting publication in spring 2020; ^ to be produced by September 2021) Hull Carbon Neutral 2030 Strategy Local Industrial Strategy* City Plan Corporate Plan Local Transport Plan Local Plan Hull Climate Adaptation…

… kilometres by eight kilometres, it makes a compact and human scale city. The city has all the benefits that an urban area can offer with housing, clustering of industry and business with great transport connections to London and across the Pennines to Manchester as well as the connections to Europe. Hull is surrounded by a rural and maritime hinterland that provides recreational health benefits…

… the area, even if it is generated somewhere else. 8 2005: 2,156 kilotons of carbon emissions 20-V14-FINAL Chart 8: Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions 2005 to 2050 for Hull Currently, 22% of Hull’s emissions come from the transport sector, with housing then responsible for 28% of emissions, public and commercial buildings for 29% and industry 21%. By 2050, the analysis projects emissions…

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