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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Borough Council

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… Communications have been created and the Autumn and Winter editions of BCP News include articles telling residents about the declaration and how to act.  Aircraft flight emissions from the 2019 Air festival, amounting to 240 tonnes, have been ‘offset’ to make that element of the event carbon neutral and support projects that reduce carbon emissions. An impact assessment is being conducted…

… then come from a small proportion of homes that are very expensive or difficult to treat due to their structure or space constraints. The Government intends to decarbonise industry through improved energy efficiency and low-carbon technologies. These include the ambition to improve business energy efficiency by at least 20% by 2030. To improve comfort levels, lower energy bills and prepare…

… patient per day. Some of these costs will fall on council budgets under the Health and Social Care Act. At a household level, average domestic fuel bills have more than doubled in the last ten years in real terms, pushing large numbers of households into fuel poverty. Preparing for climate change, as well as reducing carbon emissions, can put councils in the strongest possible position to deal…

… significance to achieving climate change goals.’ To this end, the Council will develop carbon budgets to clearly guide its progress towards its 2030 target, aiming to make significant reductions as soon as possible, whilst the Climate Action Place Leadership Board will similarly consider data on the yearly reductions needed to support the Paris Agreement and bring the area successfully to the pre-2050…

… target. In addition to addressing climate change, there are other reasons for creating a low carbon area: Economy: There are clear economic advantages to reducing energy use. Place- based Climate Action Network (PCAN) reports from 2017 estimate that the BCP area spent £610 million on energy and fuel, of which £119 million could have been saved if available energy efficiency and low carbon


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