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Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

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…), published jointly by the four UK administrations in July 2011, outlined a plan of action to accelerate renewable energy deployment while driving down costs. 2.1.4 TheCommittee on Climate Change (CCC) has recently released a report entitled ‘Land Use: Policies for a Net Zero UK (2020)’. This report presents the committee’s first ever in-depth advice on UK land use policies. The report maps out the changes…

… in land use practices required in order to deliver the UK Government’s Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions target by 2050. A key finding of the report is that policies be implemented to deliver restoration of at least 50% of upland peat and to increase UK forestry cover from 13% to at least 17% by 2050. Additionally, the report highlights the need to reduce food waste and consumption of the most carbon…

… transport a reality; The skills are developed to ensure that Wales can make the most of opportunities from a low carbon economy; Opportunities are taken to cut emissions and adapt to climate change where natural resources, land management pattern, and economic position allow; The approach to Research & Development (R&D), technology, innovation and skills helps Wales gain maximum benefits from…

… climate change related business and research; and Land use and spatial planning promote sustainable development and enable a move towards a low carbon economy which takes account of future climate impacts. 2.2.3 In March 2010, the Welsh Government published 'A Low Carbon Revolution – TheWelsh Assembly Government Energy Policy Statement'which set out the potential for 22.5GW of installed capacity from…

… bodies. Delivery against this agenda will support efforts to address, and mitigate for, climate change, particularly in terms of better land management practices. 2.2.7 Progress on the decarbonisation agenda is also essential if the target to deliver 80% carbon reductions by 2050 is to be met and in delivering on obligations set out in the Air Quality Standards (Wales) Regulations 2010. 2.2.8…

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