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City of York Council

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… that York’s’ greenhouse gas emissions are mostly from buildings (32% residential and 30% commercial) and from transport (28%) and that significant emissions reductions are required to achieve our net zero ambition. If we do all we can with the currently available options, we will reduce emissions by 77% by 20302; but we will need to go further. We will need to go further through new scientific…

…-as-usual trajectory, emissions in York are projected to be 810 ktCO2e in 2030 (a 49% reduction on 2005 levels). The Business as Usual Pathway will not result in the scale of change required. Significant emissions reductions are needed. To assess the potential of additional emissions reduction in York, we have worked with SCATTER to produce a Projected Emissions Reduction Pathway, based…

… ktCO2e in 2030 (a 77% reduction on 2005 levels) and 114.8 ktCO2e in 2050 (a 93% reduction on 2005 levels). Figure 4: Projected Emissions Reduction Pathway and Business as Usual Pathway for York 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2005 2019 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 kt C O 2e Historical Emissions Data Net Zero Carbon Pathway for York Projected Emissions

Reduction Pathway Business as Usual Pathway Page | 16 In 2030, the emissions profile for York is expected to look very different from today. Following the Projected Emissions Reduction Pathway to 2030 would mean emissions from each sector will reduce by: Figure 5: Emissions reduction by sector along the Projected Emissions Reduction Pathway Underpinning the emissions

… discussions have contributed to our understanding and the content of this Strategy. Key definitions10  Direct emissions are those that we are directly responsible for within York and include emissions from consumption of fossil fuels within our boundary (Scope 1) and emissions from grid-supplied electricity consumed within our boundary (Scope 2).  Indirect emissions (or Scope 3 emissions


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