Search inside documents

Search method
Document type

Search results for "ecological emergency"

Including the closely related term climate emergency.

1 result

West Dunbartonshire Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

…. It is vital that we take action now and play our part in the global effort to reduce the impacts of Climate Change. In April 2019, the Scottish Government declared a climate emergency, highlighting that serious changes in our society were needed to address this growing issue. The aim of this Strategy is to build upon the existing environmental work the Council is undertaking, which has included…

… operations are driving down emissions. RPP3 sets out the path to a low carbon economy while helping to deliver sustainable economic growth and secure the wider benefts to a greener, fairer and healthier Scotland in 2032. Since the publication of RPP3, a Climate Emergency has been announced by Scotland’s First Minister, followed by new national emissions reduction targets and the ‘Climate Change…

… Government achieve net zero by simply purchasing offsets. for Scotland in light of the Climate Emergency. However, it is our duty as a public body to use Since Scottish Government is using a baseline of offsetting responsibly to aid us in our journey 1990 and the Council is using a baseline of 2012/13 towards net zero, not drive it. We must reduce (our frst full year of data), our starting points…

…; Circular Economy The Council will take action to manage waste sustainably by reducing, reusing, recycling and recovering waste to improve resource efciency whilst working towards a circular economy. According to Zero Waste Scotland, A circular economy “is part of the solution to our global climate emergency - one in which products, services and systems are designed to maximise their value…


This is a new service – your feedback will help us improve it.