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Torridge District Council

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… i.e. district heating. Scope 3: indirect emissions from the transmission and distribution of electricity and from many other activities, including products and outsourced services which are bought on behalf of the council. For most organisations, these are the largest area of emissions, but are acknowledged as the most difficult to measure. Reporting of scope 1 and 2 emissions is given…

… ..................................................................................................................... 25 Our Communities ............................................................................................................ 27 1 Introduction Background to this plan In July 2019 Torridge District Council (TDC) declared a ‘Climate Emergency’. This was in recognition of the science and evidence of the impacts that climate change is having on our environment…

…, population and communities and to acknowledge that TDC are committed to assisting in the response to this threat. This declaration committed Torridge District Council to reach net carbon neutrality by 2030. This plan will outline how we have aligned our organisation with this goal and will work towards meeting the commitment against climate change. We recognise that climate change is a long…

… alongside others to achieve this important objective. We also see the opportunities that these necessary operational and lifestyle shifts will bring, to help our communities and residents lead healthier, more sustainable lifestyles while supporting businesses and our economy to grow and flourish in this new green future. Welcome to Torridge Torridge District Council is located within…

… the north west of Devon. The district is divided into 16 Wards, comprising 64 parishes, and is predominantly rural. The main towns are Bideford, Holsworthy and Great Torrington, with almost half of the population living in or close to Bideford/Northam and the remainder of the area fairly sparsely populated. The district is officially classified as ‘Rural 80’, with at least 80 per cent…

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