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Manchester City Council

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…. The targets related to ‘direct’ CO2 emissions, from the energy used in buildings and transport. It was also recognised that Manchester would also need to act in relation to its ‘indirect’ CO2 emissions, from the products and services consumed in Manchester but originating outside of the city. And that emissions from flights from Manchester Airport would also need to be addressed, as part of a UK…

… by the CCC in 2016. It outlined risks to the UK in six key areas: ● Flooding and coastal change risks to communities, businesses and infrastructure; ● Risks to health, well-being and productivity from higher temperatures; ● Risks of water deficits in public water supply, and for agriculture, energy generation and industry, with impacts on freshwater ecology; ● Risks to natural capital…

… of LED lighting within the Council’s estate. The first phase of delivery is due to complete by the end of Quarter 2 2020/21. This will involve around £2.6 million invested in energy conservation measures and around £4.3 million invested in energy generation technology at 13 buildings in the Council’s operational estate. The investment will generate financial savings of around £716,000 per annum…

… has been informed by the SCATTER project (Setting City and Area Targets and Trajectories for Emissions Reductions) which is a model that helps cities set zero carbon targets from our buildings, energy and transport which are consistent with delivering the Paris Agreement. The specific commitments we are making as a Council are: ● Deliver at least a 50% reduction in carbon emissions from…

… our buildings, energy and transport by 2025 (from circa 30-32,000 tonnes in 2019/20 to circa 15-16,000 tonnes in 2024/25) via a 13% year on year reduction. ● Report quarterly on progress against the actions in the plan and provide quantitative reports on data in tonnes of CO2 ● Become zero carbon by 2038 at the latest (based on the Tyndall Centre for Climate Research definition of zero which…

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