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Nottingham City Council

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… required to achieve sustainable carbon neutrality. It is a global issue where every person, every place and every organisation has a role to play. For the last 19 years, Nottingham City has shown a proactive approach and commitment to tackling this climate emergency, developing key strategies for Climate Change, Energy, Transport and Fuel Poverty. These have been vital drivers…

…-benefits are deliberate or incidental positive outcomes across a range of other areas in addition to the central aim of an intervention. An example of a co-benefit is moving towards more active travel to tackle air-quality also has benefits for health from exercise and mental wellbeing, and reducing carbon emissions. Sustainability, economic growth, alleviating poverty and tackling climate…

… people benefit from the low carbon economy. We will continue to ensure the benefits from economic growth are felt by our citizens and lift people out of poverty. Nottingham will become one of the cheapest places to live and work in with low household fuel bills, affordable low carbon public transport, and high quality public services. Nottingham will be one of the happiest places to live…


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