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Carmarthenshire County Council

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… 2016 sets a target for Welsh Government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% (on 1990 levels) by 2050. Welsh Government declared a climate emergency on 29th April 2019 and, as a response, accepted the recommendations from the UK Committee on Climate Change for emission reduction of 95% by 2050 with ambition to be net zero (Note: For Wales / Carmarthenshire carbon emissions see 'UK…

… with Welsh Government to establish consistent, Wales-wide methodologies for carbon emissions reporting. The final set of documentation is to be delivered to the Welsh Government by the end of 2019/20 and will be circulated to all Public Bodies as soon as possible after receipt. This will assist in baselining carbon emissions, developing plans and monitoring progress towards emissions reduction

… of these are identified in Appendix 3. The Council has, over a number of years, adopted proactive programmes to reduce its carbon emissions and previously reported performance in its Annual Reports. It is proposed that these reported emissions initially constitute the scope of the Council’s commitment to become net zero carbon by 2030. These carbon emissions are from: (a) Non-domestic buildings; (b…

… local authority and regional carbon dioxide emissions national statistics: 2005-2017’, June 2019). ‘Prosperity for All: A Low Carbon Wales’ (March 2018) sets out the Welsh Government’s approach to cut carbon emissions and increase efficiency in a way that maximises wider benefits for Wales, ensuring a fairer and healthier society. It sets out 100 policies and proposals that directly reduce

… In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published a Special Report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5˚C. The IPCC found that a 1.5˚C world would have significantly lower climate- related risks for natural and human systems than a 2˚C world, and that global carbon emissions would need to reach net zero around 2050 to have no, or limited, overshoot beyond 1.5˚C of climate…


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