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Derbyshire Dales District Council

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…. In 2020, these were estimated at approximately 1,500 tCO2e, nearly twice as high as the entire remaining Council estate. Although reducing and mitigating these emissions falls outside the remit of this report, we suggest that the Council work closely with the Centres’ new operator to ensure that these emissions are addressed in addition to the emissions for which the Council is directly…

… to experience more severe impacts as a result of climate change, including increased flooding and “freak” weather events, water stress and drought, and greater risk of wildfires in hotter, drier summers. DDDC’s directly operated activities (hence GHG emissions sources) comprise electricity and gas use in the Town Hall in Matlock and several other municipal buildings, public toilets, pavilions, some…

…. 2.4 The net zero brief DDDC requested a Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan to: …address climate change locally in a way which benefits the people, economy and environment of the Derbyshire Dales. It should act as a starting point for action; providing a strategic framework through which the District Council’s activities can be monitored in order to progressively achieve net carbon zero…

… to guide delivery. It will also set out appropriate milestones to make the Council’s activities carbon neutral by 2030. To this end, ClearLead were instructed by the Council to: • engage with the Council to understand its work on Climate Change Strategy through the cross-party Climate Change Working Group • calculate the Council’s carbon emissions and thereby its carbon footprint • identify…

… • Electricity use • Grey fleet (staff’s private vehicles used on Council business and reimbursed through expenses) The purpose of calculating the carbon footprint is: • To establish an appropriate baseline for measurement of energy use and carbon emissions, and to derive a suitable benchmark against which future emissions can be compared • To determine carbon “hotspots”, hence areas on which…

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