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Sunderland City Council

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…. Sunderland Low Carbon Action Plan December 2020 Page 4 Sunderland City Council Carbon Emissions, Vision and Target Emissions Sunderland City Council currently emits 15,018 tonnes of carbon annually through its estate. This is made up of approx. 8,000 tonnes from buildings, 5,300 from streetlights, 1,490 from its fleet, 220 from its business travel. The emissions have been steadily…

… that we are already seeing changes as a result of climate change so it is important to join other councils in giving the issue suitable attention and clearly setting out how we will meet our targets on cutting emissions.” Over the past decade Sunderland has responded to the climate change crisis in a number of ways and taken steps to reduce its carbon emissions. However, as a city we still…

… emit 1,436,600 tons of CO2 annually (based on 2017 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy data). We all need to act urgently to reduce our carbon emissions to help in the global fight to limit global temperature rise to below 1.5°C. Partnership Approach - 2030 Shadow Board Tackling Climate Change is too great a task for any one body/organisation. Partners need to come…

… on the Council. The 2030 Shadow Board’s purpose is to work collectively to drive forward Sunderland’s ambitions and commitment to tackling climate change and the 2030 Shadow Board has shaped the development of the Sunderland Low Carbon Framework. Sunderland Low Carbon Framework The 2030 Shadow Board recognises that reducing carbon emissions cannot be linear and requires close co-operation across…

… Framework establishes a target for the City as a whole to be carbon neutral by 2040. This target has been set based on the understanding that Sunderland would need to reduce its annual carbon emissions by 14.4% per annum to achieve this. The calculations are based on the Tyndall Centre’s recommendations, which is a science led approach. A much greater reduction, of 25% per annum, would…

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