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South Gloucestershire Council

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… Climate and nature emergency in South Gloucestershire South Gloucestershire Council declared a climate emergency on 17 July 2019. This means that the global climate is in a state of breakdown and this is an emergency. We need to urgently prepare for the local impacts of climate change, reduce our carbon emissions and protect and restore nature. You can read our original Climate Emergency

… Declaration. As part of this work, we recognise the nature emergency which has several causes including climate change. Responding to the nature emergency is a crucial part of our response to the Climate Emergency. We are responding to the Climate and Nature Emergency. Page contents Our pledge and progress…

… Monitoring our greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy Progress towards our key targets by December 2022 Plan to 2030 Climate and nature Nature emergency (or ecological emergency) Working with others…

… change for over a decade. This includes reducing emissions and tackling the local impact of a changing climate, including increased heat, drought and risk of flooding. We have worked on: • street lighting • schools • transport infrastructure schemes • flood prevention schemes Nature emergency (or ecological emergency) We know that climate change is having a significant impact…

… on the health of nature and ecosystems. Some councils are also declaring an ecological (nature) emergency. We feel that the nature emergency is a critical part of the wider environmental crisis. For this reason, we have decided to take an approach that tackles the nature emergency together with the climate emergency. For 2022 we have brought together our reporting into one Climate and Nature Emergency


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