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Norfolk County Council

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… our buildings, streetlights and vehicle fleet. Significant progress has already been made, with our estate emissions having reduced by just over half since 2016/17 from 21,049 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) to 10,434 tCO2e in 2021/22. We have worked hard to make our buildings smarter in how they use energy and converted two-thirds of our streetlights to energy efficient LED…

…, our renewable energy network will need to be maintained, green technologies need to be manufactured, and our land will need to be managed for the environment and food. It is estimated that there could be 700,000 jobs in England’s low-carbon and renewable energy economy by 2030 and more than 1.2 million by 2050. Norfolk’s position as the emerging clean energy powerhouse of Britain is just one…

… Climate mitigation Climate mitigation includes actions to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases which drive climate change. Climate mitigation is needed to ultimately limit the scale of impacts that Norfolk and the rest of the world will experience. In practice, climate mitigation can include generating energy from renewable sources rather than coal or gas; improving the energy efficiency

… can be found on the Norfolk Insight website. The Environment Report for Norfolk highlights key carbon emission drivers for Norfolk and provides insight into energy demand for the county.…

… collaboratively, looking at all aspects of our community and how we can adapt to mitigate the risks. This includes promoting sustainable land use practices, encouraging the use of renewable energy, developing sustainable transport solutions, and protecting vulnerable people and communities. As a coastal county, Norfolk is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, and this strategy…


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