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Nottingham City Council

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…, annually. Nottingham City Council’s Plan 2019-2023 includes the pledge ‘Become the first carbon neutral city in the country, reaching this target by 2028’. Progress towards this pledge, including annual milestones and the carbon neutral pathway targets, will be reported quarterly as part of the Council’s corporate reporting. Working Together /12 Working Together Partner…

… to sustainability (75%) Company travel plan encourage public transport, walking, cycling (71.4%) Some of the other ways organisations take action are: Signing-up to the forthcoming Council Business Charter Allowing more flexible working and online meetings for staff where possible to reduce travel Making buildings energy efficient to cut costs and carbon, and to provide a more productive…

…: Transport 17 Chapter Two: The Built Environment 24 Chapter Three: Energy Generation 30 Chapter Four: Waste and Water 35 Chapter Five: Consumption 39 Section Two – Carbon Removal 44 Section Three – Resilience & Adaptation 47 Section Four – Ecology & Biodiversity 51 Glossary 54 Foreword /01 Foreword Nottingham City Council has responded to the climate…

… a real difference to people’s homes, businesses, transport and to the way the Council operates. We’ve met our 2020 energy strategy emissions target early of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 26% from 2005 levels. The most recent figures from 2017 show a reduction of 41% for the city and 49% per person. We believe the approach we are taking will bring multiple benefits…

… to the citizens, businesses and organisations of Nottingham. Our carbon neutral charter sets out the principles, priorities and definitions of this approach, building on our previous successes and state-of-the-art knowledge. This is one of the most important and complex challenges any society has faced, which is why the Council has taken it to the core of how it operates, and why it is so pleased…

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