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London Borough of Camden

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… green space. In addition to commitments regarding increased recycling rates, improved flood resilience and cleaner air, Green Action for Change set 40% carbon dioxide emissions reduction targets across the borough and for the Council’s own estate and operations. These targets drove borough-wide action on the climate agenda and were supported by Council led programmes and policies…

carbon emissions in the borough. During that time we have made great strides on carbon reduction, thanks to the political ambition that underlay the plan combined with the hard work of officers of the council and partners throughout the borough. Borough-wide emissions now look set to reach the 40 percent fall targeted by that roadmap. However, mounting evidence about the warming climate…

…, the decarbonisation of the UK electricity grid (see Fact Bank) has been the biggest driver of reductions. These figures only paint a small picture of the wider impact Camden has on the greenhouse gas emissions globally. The emissions associated with the products we buy, the food we eat, where and how we travel are key sources of global emissions. These emissions, known as ‘indirect’ emissions, result…

…. Over the past 10 years, carbon dioxide emissions associated with the production of electricity in the UK have decreased by over 50%. This reduction has been driven by the replacement of coal-powered generation with renewable alternatives such as wind power. This decarbonisation has significantly contributed to carbon dioxide emissions reduction in Camden, and across all parts of the UK…

… footprint covers our estate and operations with the exception of Council owned housing, where heating and electricity is consumed by tenants and leaseholders. The Council’s footprint represents approximately 4% of the total ‘directemissions in Camden. The Council’s carbon dioxide emissions have fallen by 44% since 2010, exceeding the 40% target set in Green Action for Change. Carbon


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