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London Borough of Lambeth

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… developed its own Climate Action Plan; to set out how, as a local area, we can play our part in reducing emissions and improving climate resilience. As a borough, we will aim to be a net zero compatible borough as soon as possible after 2030. This means we will need to eliminate all direct emissions, whilst reducing our contribution to indirect emissions as far as possible. We will aim to reduce…

… and ecological emergency and committed to ensuring the council’s estate and operations would be net zero by 2030. As well as being responsible for reducing its own carbon emissions, the council recognised its role in bringing together residents, partners, businesses, voluntary, community and faith groups to agree how to reduce carbon emissions across the borough. The process that has followed over…

… of the Assembly through online workshops and activities delivered over six weeks. The assembly members developed a set of 13 recommendations for the borough to reduce carbon emissions to net zero. These recommendations, alongside key principles for change, have been incorporated into this plan. Co-creation of a borough-wide Climate Action Plan During the development of the Climate Action Plan…

reductions we will be able to make through these goals. Even with significant action to reduce emissions, we will likely still have some residual emissions in the borough by 2030, from activities which are particularly hard to decarbonise and also from our expectation that the national power grid will not yet be fully decarbonised. In a best-case scenario, we estimate that this will be around 200…

… that more extreme weather is on its way, more regularly. If we do not reduce emissions and take action to adapt our neighbourhoods and way of life we will all feel the effects right here in Lambeth, on our economy, our health and our prosperity. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s most recent report made it crystal clear that the situation is worse than experts originally predicted…

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