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Kingston-upon-Hull City Council

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… reduction and climate change adaptation within the Council and its place making activity. 1.7 Provides an update on the progress made by the Council and city, in addressing carbon reduction and the requirements of the climate emergency declaration. 1.8 The Report uses the outcomes of the carbon pathway work undertaken with the Carbon Trust, to set out a 2045 vision for a carbon net zero…

… Executive Committees (including Area Committees) 4.7 The climate emergency declaration requires that all decision making, and scrutiny functions of the Council take carbon reduction into account. 4.8 All decision making and scrutiny functions of the Council have an influence upon strategy and policy development as well as funding by the Council, whether that is internal budgets or external…

… and nationally defined contributions are fully implemented would lead to a 1.90 c increase. The latest science states that an increase of above 1.50 c would lead to dangerous tipping points in climate impacts. Council Climate Emergency Declaration Implications 5.14 On the 27th April 2020 Cabinet agreed the 2030 Carbon Neutral Hull Strategy (Minute 114) following the declaration of a Climate

Emergency by Council on the 21st March 2019. 5.15 The Councils climate emergency declaration makes the following key commitments:  Council resolves to do everything within the Council's power to make Hull carbon neutral by 2030, considering both production and consumption emissions.  Council commits to continuing to work with partners across the city and region to deliver this new goal…


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