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West Oxfordshire District Council

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… and in June 2019, the UK became the first country to legislate long-term climate targets by introducing a legally binding net-zero carbon emissions target to end the UK’s contribution to global warming entirely by 2050. In recognition of the urgency and importance of local action in response to a global concern, on 26th June 2019, West Oxfordshire District Council declared its Motion to address…

…-industrial levels.” Shortly after the Paris Agreement, UNFCCC invited the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – a world-leading body for assessing the science related to climate change – to produce: Global Warming of 1.5°C, an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, in the context…

… is a continuous programme of activity and is helping to reduce energy consumption for households, addressing fuel poverty and improving health. ● clean and local energy is commonplace, providing local communities with energy independence and resilience. ● active forms of travel including cycling and walking are widely adopted and ultra-low- emission transport infrastructure is equipped to meet rising…

…: Page | 8 ● Generating heat from clean energy such as solar, wind or hydrothermal and preventing the need for the burning of fossil fuels - a process of combustion that releases greenhouse gas emissions impacting on climate change - replaces an energy source so that climate change impact is mitigated. ● Changing land use, selecting crops, restoring and creating new ecosystems as a way…

…. It has an increasing role to play in the future economy, from a global level down to a local level. Page | 9 4.0 The Data The most recent government data on CO2 emissions indicates that West Oxfordshire currently accounts for 14% of total emissions in the County5, see Figure 2. Calculated as tonnes of CO2 emitted per capita, the District was 5.1, which is the second-lowest total…

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