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Norwich City Council

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… 40 per cent increase in cycling since 2013. We have protected our parks and open spaces and promoted biodiversity. In 2008, the council set itself a target of reducing operational CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by 2018 and we have now achieved 59.6 per cent. The importance that we give to energy efficiency, renewables and tackling fuel poverty has also been demonstrated…

… global warming was limited to 1.5°C, it still worsens the risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty for hundreds of millions of people. Average global warming is 1°C already when compared to pre-industrial averages. At 2°C, the upper limit of the UN Paris Agreement, the risk of negative impacts of climate change increase significantly. Global carbon dioxide emissions currently show…

… renewable energy by providing information, advice and education 1,4 Environmental Strategy Ongoing 1.31 To set up a series of environmental discussions and information sessions physically and virtually to inform citizens. 1,3,4,6,7,8,9 Environmental Strategy 2021 then ongoing 1.32 Reduce retail food waste via a food poverty strategy 1,3,7,9 Strategy 2020 then ongoing 1.33 Continue reduce…


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