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Wychavon District Council

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… targets to reduce carbon emissions across the county by 50% by 2030 (against a 2005 baseline), tripling renewable energy generation and doubling the low carbon economy. In May 2019, the UK Committee on Climate Change, set- up to advise the Government, called for the introduction of a net zero target for the UK by 2050. The Government agreed to this recommendation in July 2019…

…. The Midlands Energy Hub is commissioning a study to identify and quantify the low carbon goods and services sector for each Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and local authority area. This should provide us with a more definitive picture of Wychavon’s local carbon economy by the end of 2020. Wychavon district carbon emissions by sector (ktCO2) 2030 2016 9 Target 4 Treble…

… and environmental stewardship and highlights what we’ve done to reduce carbon emissions over the last decade or so. The plan sets out what we will do during the next ten years to reduce our own emissions and how we will encourage businesses and residents to reduce their emissions. Our vision is to lead the Wychavon district to be carbon neutral as quickly as possible and by 2050 at the latest…

… to the climate emergency. Summary Target 2: Halve district wide carbon emissions by 2030 Target 4: Treble renewable energy generation in the district by 2030 Target 3: Double the size of Wychavon’s low carbon economy by 2030 Target 5: Capture at least 500 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent per year by 2025 The plan contains four priorities. These are energy, low carbon

… travel, natural environment, and policy and resources. For each of these, we highlight some of the things we have already done and commit to a series of actions aimed at reducing carbon emissions. We will monitor and report progress on the plan’s actions every six months as part of our Signals of Success performance reports. We will use the following success measures to assess progress…


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