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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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…, linking residents with providers of solar photovoltaic panels and battery storage. 779 properties have registered their interest in the scheme so far ● Undertaken a stock condition survey of our Council properties so we can develop budget proposals for retrofit ● Used carbon offset funds to run the ‘Warm Homes Better Health’ programme to support residents in fuel poverty 8 https…

… reductions in carbon emissions. The co-benefits of climate action Tackling the climate emergency will bring real positives for Kingston that are much wider than protecting our community from adverse weather impacts. A cleaner, greener Kingston is a healthier borough, with reduced NHS costs, better housing, better transport and a reduction in poverty and inequality. Some of the ‘co-benefits’ of taking…

… action on the climate emergency include: ● Quiet, safe streets ● Warmer, quieter homes ● Green jobs ● Green spaces that are alive with biodiversity ● Locally generated, secure energy ● Healthier, more active people ● A reduction in poverty and inequality ● More local consumption, with thriving local businesses and high streets ● Better air quality Development of the plan so far Listening to our…


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