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Adur District Council

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… and Worthing’s climate and ecological footprint. We need to aim towards zero carbon emissions by 2030 and see a dramatic increase in the number of plants, insects and animals we see in our towns. We have listed many of the projects, programmes and organisations, all of whom are working hard to create positive changes and improve our environment. Where…

… and central Government to our individual lives. We must push for top-level change, whilst building local adaptation and mitigation, making the necessary reductions on our collective carbon emissions and ecological footprints. Both strategies are needed, and we will encourage and support all action that achieves these aims. Adur & Worthing Councils (AWC) have…

… Green Tides members, TCV, Tree Action UK and AWC. Trees slow rainfall through the canopy, help drainage, absorb water, sequester carbon and provide urban cooling. Eco Open Houses Open houses trail across Adur and Worthing, showcasing home improvements that reduce carbon emissions and create resilience for drought or flooding events. Shoreham Port sea…

…. CARBON REDUCTION Our aim is for Adur and Worthing to have reduced its carbon emissions to zero; with homes and businesses using renewable technologies for heating and energy, people choosing active travel and waste now used within a circular economy. What is already happening locally: Adur & Worthing Councils The council has declared a Climate…

… Emergency and is fully committed to reducing their carbon emissions across their estate and services. It has taken the UK 100 Cities Pledge and developed a ​Carbon Neutral Plan​. SCATTER​ analysis The use of this tool by the council, has provided an analysis of what carbon reduction measures as required to achieve zero carbon by 2050. It plots various…

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