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Cannock Chase District Council

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… to ensure that hard to reach groups are engaged and not disadvantaged further by changes in service delivery. 6.9 Best Value None 7 Appendices to the Report Appendix 1: Carbon Emissions data from Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Appendix 2: Oxford Climate Change Citizens’ Assembly – Scope Appendix 3: London Borough of Camden’s Citizens’ Assembly: Overview of process…

… Appendix 4: Public Sector response to the climate emergency: taking action at a local level (Carbon Trust) Previous Consideration Not applicable. Background Papers Council agenda for 17 July 2019 ITEM NO. 6.13 Appendix 1 Carbon Emissions data from BEIS (Department of Business Energy and Environmental Strategy) 2016 The below data is taken from…

… national statistical data (2016) released every year in arrears by BEIS (previously known as DECC). This data is in arrears due to the timescale involved in collating and calculating a national data set of this type. The table below gives ‘per capita emissions’ for each of the districts within Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent (NB: per capita is the preferred way of reporting emissions data

… higher risk of drought, floods and heatwaves;  The UK Parliament has approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency, and all governments (national, regional and local) have a duty to limit the negative impacts of climate breakdown;  Local government should recognise that they cannot wait for national government to provide more money and support to reduce emissions

… of a representative range of our citizens to establish the facts and make recommendations for our council. Carbon Reduction Targets 5.2 There are a plethora of different timescales for achieving carbon neutrality. The Government has established a statutory target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050 as recommended by the Committee on Climate Change. The West Midlands Combined Authority (of which Cannock…


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