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South Hams District Council

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… and Plymouth City Council areas, and a small part of Tamar Valley AONB. - Part of two Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs), Skerries Bank and Surrounds and Tamar Estuaries Sites. - Whole of two and part of six Special Areas of Conservation (SACs), (including part of three Inshore SACs with marine components) - Part of a Special Protection Area (SPA). - Whole of twenty-four and part of six Sites of Special…

… use such as paper and water and improvements in the energy efficiency of our buildings, to improve comfort, lower bills and prepare for a switch to low-carbon heating.  Supporting the public and the Council for a move away from natural gas heating.  Promoting heat pumps to be seen as an established part of the solution.  Looking to support an end to biodegradable waste streams…

… and Biodiversity Action Plan Framework Soon after we declared a Climate Change and Biodiversity Emergency we began the process of understanding our own emissions as an Authority. What followed was the Council working in partnership with the University of Exeter to complete Greenhouse Gas inventory to work out our current carbon emissions and then a collective effort from all our services to pull together…

… it is interesting to see what the Council plans to do to reduce its carbon emissions (many would expect you to be doing these things anyway as they save money) these actions are not hugely relevant to the wider community and should be kept within the Operational Carbon Reduction Plan.’ ‘The wider community do not see Climate Change as something that the Council alone can/should deal with. We are all…

… and the Council is aware of the fact that it needs to create a much more effective engagement in how this plan is shaped and delivered. One key outcome from this session was for attendees to summarise their submission to one side of A4 and list their 5 priorities they wanted to see the Council implement. PART THREE – The Action Plan This action plan represents a starting point for the Council


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