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London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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… excess energy use • Be installed with a Building Energy Management System (BEMS) and automatic meter readers to monitor and control services such as heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, ensuring the building operates at maximum levels of efficiency and removing wasted energy usage. • Only operate offices between the hours of 7am to 8pm, unless otherwise required • Ensure building

heating systems run to match office peak occupancy hours • Have Display Energy Certificates (DEC) to show the public how well the building is performing year on year and as a means of auditing building performance. We will review all buildings that we currently lease to ensure that we are using energy efficient properties and will develop a long-term plan for reducing emissions and improving…

… not be as severe as in developing countries or some coastal areas, there is a need to ensure that the borough is prepared for the adverse impacts of climate change such as extreme weather events, increased temperatures with risks to health from heat waves, greater pressure on water resources, damage to existing natural habitats, as well as demand for increasingly limited resources. Extreme weather…

… will achieve the best solutions. Climate change increases health inequalities due to rising fuel and food prices and a reduction in access to cooling or heating, leading to cold related deaths in winter and heat related deaths in summer, as well as costlier insurance. These factors will have a greater impact on those who may already be disadvantaged or vulnerable in our communities4. Sustainability…

… of England. Average temperatures have increased by nearly 1°C since the 1980s. All of the top ten warmest years for the UK have occurred since 1990. This includes 2014, which was the warmest year on record in the UK. Public transport links will be affected by the heat as temperatures on all modes of transport become harder to bear. There is a risk of severe disruption on roads (affecting cars…


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