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Burnley Borough Council

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… the production and transport of coal, natural gas, and oil. Methane emissions also result from livestock and other agricultural practices, land use and by the decay of organic waste in solid waste landfills. Nitrous oxide (N2O): is emitted during agricultural, land use, industrial activities, combustion of fossil fuels and solid waste, as well as during the treatment of wastewater. Fluorinated gases…

…. The other 10% was attributable to the remaining sectors: waste management, industrial processes, the public sector, land use change and the forestry sector. Burnley Climate Change Strategy 5 ID .Area name lndu&ry and Dorrestrc Transport Land use Total Per Capita Corrrnercral change and em1ss1ons Emssrons fore&ry (tonnes) .... 1 Burnley 104.3 136.2 130.0 -0.6 396.2 4.5 2 Chaney 864…

… 77,627.5 104,187.0 -704.8 276,089.6 4.9 700 19 United Kingdom 114,151.4 94,532.1 124,303.4 -1,025.4 344,511.6 5.2 600 500 400 300 200 111 100 111 111 111 111 II 0 Black txrn with Burnley Hyndburn Pendle R=idale RbbleValley -100 Darwen Axis Title ■ Industry and Commercial ■ Domestic ■ Transport ■ Land Use and Land UseCha~e Burnley CO2 Emission Statistics 2.7 CO2 emissions across…

… and enjoyment of residents and visitors to Burnley. Progress 5.61 The Council has planted more than one million trees in Burnley over the last 25 years on public and privately owned land through the Forest of Burnley project. This has doubled the borough’s tree cover, from just over 4% to the current 8.5%, and the project has also restored over 200 hectares of neglected woodland. The new woodland…

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