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Cannock Chase District Council

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… resources will be needed to implement the action plan and these will be set out for Cabinet in the future. Examples of what this may include are: o Switching from the use of fossil fuels e.g. gas; o Different and more expensive materials to repair and build Council housing; o Improved energy efficiency for commercial buildings that the Council rents out and phasing out or replacement of older…

… independent of the Council in any event. 3.6 In relation to the Action Plan and Citizens Assembly, it is necessary to determine the scope of the Carbon Neutrality Agenda. The Council can only achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 if it takes a District wide approach; if the Council only focuses on itself as an organisation (e.g. own estate/ infrastructure/ energy consumption and fleet etc…

… This is not a comprehensive list but just some illustrative examples. The Action Plan will need to incorporate the outcomes of the Citizens Assembly and all actions will need to be costed and accountability and delivery arrangements will need to be identified. 5.17 The Council will need to review its own energy use in Council owned property and assets, supply chain, vehicles, housing materials and overall carbon…

… and can be attributed to the decarbonisation of the energy supply sector; more industrial efficiency and off-shoring our emissions/production. Not all of the Staffordshire districts have the same balance between the different sectors regarding carbon emissions. For example, Cannock Chase’s biggest source is housing (40%) whilst Lichfield and Newcastle’s is transport. See below tables…

… climate change locally; and to explore an expansion of community energy. Further, it agreed to work with partners to deliver carbon reductions and grow the local economy and to establish a Citizens Assembly made up of a representative range of citizens and make recommendations for our Council. 3.3 Delivering Carbon Neutrality by 2030 is not a formal corporate priority objective for the Council…

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