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Spelthorne Borough Council

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… (if required) Linked strategy Progress Reduce the Council’s emissions from buildings and operations 1. Delivering the Climate Change Strategy and training staff to ‘think green’ Deliver Carbon Literacy to staff to increase awareness of climate change/emergency. Staff will become certificated and create 2 pledges to reduce carbon emissions in the workplace 25% of staff trained by end…

… Carbon Budget”, local authorities are directly responsible for between 2- 5% of a local area’s emissions but influence over 33% of a local area’s emissions and have many levers that can be used to deliver and influence wider local action to reduce emissions and prepare local areas for a changing climate. Therefore, Spelthorne Borough Council has an important role in reducing the emissions

… requires no carbon to be emitted at all. Net Zero refers to balancing the amount of emitted greenhouse gases with the equivalent emissions that are either offset or sequestered through rewilding and tree planting or carbon capture and storage. The Council will have a greater focus on reducing carbon emissions as much as possible and only using offsetting and sequestering techniques for those hard…

…. Spelthorne Borough Council’s baseline emissions for 2019/2020 for Scope 1 and 2 emissions were 1,194 tCO2e, the breakdown of these emissions can be seen in Tables 1 and 2. Table 1 Carbon emissions by source for Spelthorne Borough Council’s operations in 2019/20 Net Zero target A Net Zero target refers to reaching net zero carbon emissions by a nominated year but differs from zero carbon, which…

… to reduce emissions. Spelthorne Borough Council plans to be Net Zero for Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2030. This is in line with Surrey County Council’s Greener Futures Delivery Plan. It is estimated that there could be up to 283 tCO2e from hard to reduce sources that will be unavoidable by 2030 that will need to be offset, the Council will look to offset through a large renewable scheme, protection…


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