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Dorset Council

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… year, some of the lowest in the region. However, this will need to reduce to near zero by 2050, if not sooner. Therefore, we all need to think about how we travel, use energy, and water, and how we create waste and what we eat to achieve a carbon-neutral future. The benefits of our actions will be great. We can stimulate Dorset’s local economy through growth in green jobs and buying local…

… engagement, be- haviour change, regional transport poli- cy. This is as well as working with key partners and existing partnerships (LNP, LEP, AONB, Coast Forum etc.), therefore influencing key and sustaina- ble energy strategies. OUR APPROACH Dorset Council’s role We are committed to achieving a carbon-neutral Council by 2040 and must help facilitate the changes required to work towards…

… is incomplete and contradictory. For example, the government says it wants people to cycle. However, councils can’t afford to fill potholes. Meanwhile, trunk roads are getting a £30bn upgrade. Emissions from air travel are a significant contributor to GHG emissions. However, the government is expanding capacity at airports. Similarly, there is a need to increase renewable energy generation

… burn- ing, investing in cheap efficiency measures, and adding renewable energy generation. Importantly, if Dorset continues to follow the UK's projected path, our emissions will have to follow the green trajectory in / 21 Figure 21 CARBON BUDGETS PATHWAYS & TRAJECTORIES Climate Change Act and remaining within its per-capita budget for a 1.5°C temperature rise suggests…


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