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London Borough of Ealing

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… in Ealing and beyond. We understand that all carbon emission sources will need to be cut to zero eventually, this strategy is our first step toward reducing emissions significantly by 2030. 4 This strategy also connects to the extraordinary power of our Local Plan. Section 14 outlines our intentions for building resilience through policy making. The council will ensure…

… to and recover from future climate risk. Section 15 outlines our likely approach to how we will offset carbon emissions if we are unable to reduce them to zero by 2030. Reducing emissions through climate action will be the focus of our activity to reach our carbon neutral 2030 target. However, there will be a certain level of emissions which will not be practically or financially possible to reduce…

… commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Consumed emissions contribute significantly to climate change and the council is also committed to reducing these emissions. For the purposes of this strategy, the focus is produced emissions. Future work will develop solutions and actions that specifically target consumed emissions. 7 CONSUMED, PRODUCED – WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE…

carbon emissions annually. The BEIS data relates to emissions for two years prior to the date of publication meaning that the emissions data released in 2022 related to Ealing’s emissions for 2020. This data reports what are known as Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon dioxide emissions and it is these emissions that this strategy focuses on. Each year, this emissions data will be assessed against…

emissions has estimated that in the analysis of emissions data for C40 cities, which London is a part of, 85% of carbon emissions associated with goods and services that fall into the “consumed” emissions category originate outside of the city . These are much more difficult to measure neatly, but the impacts of taking action in these areas will bring tremendous benefits both locally…

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