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… targets stated in the previous Carbon Management Plans, the Council implemented a range of initiatives including: • Building rationalisation programme to reduce the number of Council properties. • New build and refurbishment programme incorporating energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy technologies. • Fitting ‘smart’ meters to accurately measure energy and water use and identify…

… Financial 8 2.5 Council policy 8 3. Climate Change Strategy 9 3.1 Leadership 9 3.2 Support from Services 9 3.3 Buildings 9 3.4 Street lighting 9 3.5 Fleet management 10 3.6 Waste 10 3.7 Climate change awareness 10 3.8 Continuous improvement 10 4. Targets and Objectives 11 4.1 Climate change mitigation 11 4.2 Climate change adaptation 11 4.3 Transformational change 11 5. Reviewing…

… the Climate Change Plan 12 Appendix 13 2 CLIMATE CHANGE PLAN 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Council’s original Carbon Management Plan (2007) set a target to reduce carbon emissions from the Council’s operations by 15% by the end of financial year 2012/13, using financial year 2007/08 emissions as a baseline. This target was surpassed a year early in 2011/12, with a reduction of 15.9% achieved…

… by the end of the Plan period. The Council then devised a new Carbon Management Plan with a carbon reduction target of 12% by end 2016/17 using a baseline of 2011/12. The plan sought to reduce carbon emissions from the following sources: • Energy use in buildings • Energy use for street lighting • Fuel use for fleet transport • Business travel miles • Water use in buildings • Municipal waste…

… was written setting a new target of 12% by 2016/17 from a 2011/12 baseline. The revised Plan incorporated emissions from energy use in buildings and street lighting, fleet transport and staff business travel, municipal waste and water use. Furthermore, a ‘carbon group’ was formed made up of Council staff whose work influences emissions from these sources. The group has been retained for the Climate…

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