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Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council

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… for granted such as going for a meal, or to the local pub with friends, or going walking in the Lake District. However, we cannot ignore the environmental benefits that we have all experienced since lockdown has been in place. Across the UK, car usage has reduced by at least 60% resulting in significant reductions in harmful Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) emissions, which has allowed us to breathe fresher…

… motorway, as well as congested A roads including the A580 that runs west to east and crosses the southern extent of the borough. District 2017 CO2 Emissions (ktCO2) 2018 CO2 Emissions (ktCO2) Percentage Difference +/- Bolton 1,241.50 1,215.50 -2.09% Bury 854.60 844.50 -1.18% Manchester 2,073.00 2,032.10 -1.97% Oldham 786.30 811.70 +3.23% Rochdale 979.10 970.70 -0.85% Salford 1,240.10…

… 1,249.50 +0.75% Stockport 1,198.10 1,172.20 -2.16% Tameside 849.20 833.00 -1.90% Trafford 1,510.60 1,470.90 -2.62% Wigan 1,312.60 1,282.60 -2.28% Table 4: GM district emission date for 2017 and 2018 34 Wigan 2018 Total C02 Emissions per Sector Figure 6 provides a further breakdown of emission estimates across domestic, transport, industrial and commercial sectors. The emissions breakdown…


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