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Kingston-upon-Hull City Council

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… Climate Change Infographic 52 Appendix 2 United Nations Sustainable Development Gaols 53 4-V14-FINAL Executive Summary The decision by the Council to declare a climate emergency in March 2019 is a significant point in the history and is the point at which Hull made its commitment to carbon neutrality which will be the key force shaping its future over…

… the next ten years and beyond. A Hull Peoples Panel survey in June 2019 found that 68% of residents agree that there is a climate emergency and 77% of residents think that climate change is a threat. Addressing climate change is therefore a key issue for our residents. Our vision is for Hull to become a leading carbon neutral city within the United Kingdom (UK) by 2030, to have taken all…

… neutral cities in the UK by 2030. Over the next 12 months we will undertake consultation with businesses and organisation across Hull on the vision, challenges and actions to further refine them, identify new ones and bring together the resources and talent in Hull to address the climate emergency. Government Residents Public, Private and Voluntary Sector Business Leadership…

… Council declared a climate emergency and established a target for Hull to become a carbon neutral economy for both production and consumption of emissions by 2030, joining a global movement of local authorities as one of over 230 within the UK. The UK Government has committed the country to become net zero, for production emissions by 2050 and the Committee on Climate Change has set out…


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