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Norfolk County Council

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… buildings, streetlights and vehicles. 2) Reduce our indirect emissions Using our influence as a procurer and shareholder, we will help drive carbon emission reductions across our supply chain and the companies we own. 3) Address Norfolk’s county-wide emissions In delivering our statutory responsibilities and duties, we will play a pivotal role in mitigating and adapting against climate change…

… not be discouraged. Instead, we must work together to develop a comprehensive plan to reduce our carbon footprint, build resilience against the impacts of climate change and benefit from a green economy. As well as reducing the county council’s emissions, our goal must be to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across all sectors, including households, businesses, transport, agriculture, and waste. We must work…

carbon reduction plans in place. Our priority will be putting in place plans for each of our key procurement categories on how to achieve carbon reduction in our supply chain while maintaining a healthy and competitive supplier market. Focus area 3: County-wide emissions This focus area steps back to address the bigger picture of how the council can support county-wide carbon reduction. The UK’s…

… purpose is to monitor the progress being made on the council’s Environmental Policy Emissions reporting We have published an Emissions Dashboard on the Norfolk County Council website to provide a clear view of the council’s emissions and progress towards its commitment to a net zero estate by 2030. This will continue to be updated as data becomes available each year. County-wide data reporting…

…. The imperative is now to make this happen, and local government has a key role to ensure that doing so reflects local priorities and the characteristics of the communities and places we represent. The UK has shown leadership here. In 2019, it became the first major economy to pass laws to end its contribution to climate change by bringing all greenhouse gas emissions to ‘net zero’ by 2050. Net zero means…

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