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City of Edinburgh Council

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… and is illustrated at Appendix 1. 4.7 The net zero boundary is compliant with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol for Cities5 and covers the territorial boundary of the City of Edinburgh. The framework covers five key emission sources: stationary energy (i.e. energy consumption from industries, 3 Since the last November 2020 Committee report, diesel and petrol figures have been revised, increasing the emission…

…-statistics-2005-to-2018 4 non-domestic buildings and homes); transport; waste; agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU); industrial processes & product use. 4.8 The boundary includes Scope 1 and 2 emissions (direct emissions and indirect emissions linked to electricity consumption

… and requirements will be operational (for example, the New Build Zero Emissions from Heat Standard, the revised Energy Efficient Standard for Social Housing, the Deposit Return Scheme, or the biodegradable waste to landfill ban), which are expected to have a further positive impact on emissions reductions within this window. Figure 1: City's emissions based on the new Net Zero boundary. Darker…

…. ). - 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 tC O 2e Heat Power Equipment Waste Water Freight Travel Industrial process AFOLU Fugitive emissions Target pathway Baseline 7 4.17 It should be noted that the estimated…

… from transmission and distribution losses in the electricity network. Water supply The majority of energy consumption for the water network are covered under the stationary energy > non-domestic category, and Scottish Water's transport-related emissions are included in the Transport category. Process emissions from wastewater treatment are included under the wastewater category. Aviation…


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