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East Staffordshire Borough Council

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…% from housing. 6.2.2. The Council has provided support to mitigating climate change with a number of strategies for climate change which were introduced between 2009 and 2013 and the adoption of climate local in 2014. The initial Climate Change Strategy and Air Quality Action Plan were introduced in 2009 following the introduction of National Indicators for climate change and fuel poverty

… 2011 provided for changes in the provision of energy efficiency measures to homes and businesses through the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO). Whilst the Green Deal has been relatively unsuccessful, ECO funding is being used to assist energy efficiency and reduce fuel poverty. ECO is a government energy efficiency scheme to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty

… which is available on our website and details our eligibility criteria for residents that are not eligible for funding through ‘affordable warmth’ to extend ECO funding to more residents to reduce fuel poverty. 6.3.5. To support energy saving/carbon reduction in residential accommodation, ESBC is actively promoting and supporting the Staffordshire Warm Homes Fund which provides funding…

… and will scope what works are being undertaken to achieve carbon reduction, however the capability and amount of other work businesses need to undertake to achieve this is currently unknown.  A number of properties with East Staffordshire are in fuel poverty and require assistance to improve sustainable heating. This work has begun for areas that are able to access the gas network, but is more…

…. This has an impact on coastal defenses, food production, ecosystems, human health and poverty. Human activity is the main contributor to this warming and it is vital that we take action to prevent further dangerous climate change. 3.2. The ‘Climate Emergency’ movement has arisen on the back of the October 2018 United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which reported…


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