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Ceredigion County Council

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Emissions (tCO2e) 1,288 784 729 642 Improved -11.93% TOTAL EMISSIONS 15,820 8,726 8,143 7,648 Improved -51.66% The table above illustrates the breakdown on the Council’s operational carbon emissions. In 2019/20 buildings alone accounted for 4,918t/CO2, equivalent to 64.3% of operational emissions, with fleet vehicles contributing a further 1,762t/CO2, or 23%. These two emission sources…

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

… climate change. The Action Plan assesses Ceredigion’s current operational carbon emissions and outlines the challenges associated with the ambitious 2030 target. This report was considered by Overview and Scrutiny Thriving Communities on 26 May 2021. Focus of the net-zero action plan: The focus is currently upon operational energy usage and emissions (Scope 1 and 2 emissions

… is well established and attended by both Members and officers, this provides a good initial forum for stakeholder engagement, but scope for wider involvement following publication of this Plan Prevention: This Plan will support implementation of actions and measures to reduce carbon emissions that contribute to climate change Integration: Will help integrate and embed emission reduction

… facing our county and our planet. Ceredigion Council has been reducing its carbon emissions since 2007 when the Council launched its first five-year Carbon Management Plan. Since then, following a series of three 5-year plans addressing all areas of the Council’s work, the Council has exceeded its carbon reduction targets and reduced emissions by 51.66%, saving over £6 million…


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