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North Somerset Council

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… officers and councillors as well as 17 local businesses and 18 community champions 300 pledges made 450 tonnes CO2e savings estimated Decarbonisation plans Delivered for 30 public buildings including: 15 schools 5 leisure centres Business support 17 local small businesses supported to reduce carbon emissions through our Business Carbon Support pilot programme 15 businesses have received Green…

… or extra benefit we receive when addressing an issue or concern. One example might be an initiative to increase cycling in a particular community, with a primary objective of reducing carbon emissions from transport locally. However, this initiative will also deliver the co-benefit of improved physical and mental health for residents through increased physical activity and improved air quality…

… by approximately 34 kilotonnes per year, ending up at around 880 kilotonnes by 2030. Target emissions will end up at 0 kilotonnes by 2030. This huge gap between business as usual and target emissions demonstrates why we must proactively work to reduce our emissions in North Somerset if we want to reach net zero by 2030.The trajectory of carbon emissions for North Somerset has been steadily decreasing…

… fuels. Agricultural emissions make up 108 ktCO2e, of which 72 kt CO2e came from livestock, 22 kt CO2e from land use and 14 kt CO2e from agricultural soils. How we measure carbon emissions These emissions come directly from the BEIS local authority and regional greenhouse gas emissions national statistics, 2005 to 2020. The Greenhouse Gas Protocol provides a global standardised framework…

… suppliers to cover the whole supply chain. How do we calculate emissions? The 2018/19 financial year acts as a baseline for monitoring future emissions against. There are three emissionsscopes’ that are calculated for the report: ● Scope 1: direct emissions from our buildings and vehicles ● Scope 2: emissions from electricity consumption ● Scope 3: all other indirect emissions


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