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Monmouthshire County Council

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council estate by 2022 Medium High Medium Reduce CO2 emissions from our energy supply Low High Easier All remaining street lighting will be converted to LED bulbs Low Medium Easier All bulbs within council owned buildings will be LED Low Medium Easier Action to reduce County emissions CO2 reduction Cost to Taxpayer Feasibility Use planning policy to insist on higher energy standards…

… Reducing energy use Reducing the amount of energy that is used for buildings and street lighting Action to reduce MCC emissions CO2 reduction Cost to Taxpayer Feasibility New council buildings will operate with net zero carbon emissions by 2025 or use carbon offsetting where this cannot be achieved Low High Medium Implement energy efficiency improvements across the existing…

… 2019 Version Number 1.0 Status Final Review Frequency Annual Next review date September 2020 Consultation Strong Communities Select Committee (open to all members) on 26th September 2019. 3 Foreword The purpose of Monmouthshire County Council is building sustainable and resilient communities. This feels more relevant than ever. In 2019 no one can be blind…

… be without. These include the commitments within the council’s Social Justice Strategy. Our challenge is to find a way to exist in the safe space between the ecological limits of the planet while continuing to provide these social foundations3. The Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Neighbourhood Services will chair a group to oversee progress and ensure that the council’s plans

… as a whole from things like trees, vegetation and green infrastructure which help to sequester and store carbon. Data from our own organisation shows that we generate approximately:  8,700 tonnes from static assets such as buildings and street lighting (the weight of 725 double decker buses)  3,000 tonnes from council vehicles like buses and refuse trucks, plus cars driven by officers…


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