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Wolverhampton City Council

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… forms e.g. coal, wood, plastics, oil, etc. When released into the atmosphere it takes the form of carbon dioxide (CO2) This CO2 and other greenhouse gases traps heat acting as a greenhouse blanket around the Earth The average global temperature has risen 0.85°C over the last 100 years This warming effect on the world is changing the Earth’s climate at a much quicker rate than would naturally…

… 2 pr od uc ed 20 12-1 3 45% taken out Remaining CO2 The council’s carbon footprint has reduced by 45% between 2012-13 and 2018-19 2017 2019 2019 2019 2019 Our Sustainable Journey 2018-19 Council’s carbon footprint 2018-19 Our Climate Commitment Breakdown of the council’s carbon footprint Breakdown of the council’s carbon footprint Heating Council…

… electricity Street lighting Council fleet vehicles Officer business mileage Air miles Electricity (total 8,043 tCO2) Council: 4,089 tCO2 Street lighting: 3,954 tCO2 Heating (total: 4,802 tCO2) Heating: 4,802 tCO2 Transport (total: 2,847 tCO2) Council fleet: 2,470 tCO2 Employee business mileage: 371 tCO2 Air miles: 6 tCO2 Council total: 15,692 tCO2 The council has committed to becoming net zero…

… to reach net carbon zero. Together, working as a city, we will be able to reach this target and make Wolverhampton a greener city. Breakdown of the city’s carbon footprint City total (total 1,284,000 tCO2) Council: 16 tCO2 Domestic buildings (electricity and heating): 451 tCO2 Other buildings (electricity and heating): 381 tCO2 Motor Vehicles: 254 tCO2 Planes (residents flying): 137 tCO2 Rail: 4…


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