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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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energy supplies; ● reducing demand for carbon-intensive activities (e.g. insulation of buildings, change in diets, fewer car miles and air-travel); ● land and greenhouse gas removals (e.g. transformation of agriculture and restoration of peatlands). The Sixth Carbon Budget report also stated that “more than half of the emissions cuts needed rely on people and businesses taking up low-carbon solutions…

… of the priority, alongside detail on the key projects that have taken place so far. The actions that we plan to take next, by theme, are available at Annex B. The key principles of our approach are: ● We will reduce carbon emissions as far as we can and offset what we cannot remove ● We see 2038 as the absolute date for carbon neutrality, not the target date - if we can get there faster we will ● We…

… centres on reducing carbon emissions in Kingston. However, we are committed to delivering against both the climate emergency and the ecological emergency. It is important to have a theme focusing on protecting our natural environment for future generations. We will support and develop community activity to increase nature conservation projects, develop further tree planting and rewilding schemes…

Budget, which describes the path to net zero for the UK. The recommended pathway requires a 78% reduction in UK emissions between 1990 and 2035 through four steps: ● people and businesses to adopt low-carbon solutions (i.e. new cars and vans, boiler replacements in homes, buildings to be low-carbon, waste reduction and circular economy, renewable electricity or hydrogen); ● expansion of low-carbon

…) and Transport and Environment Committee to publish a Joint Statement on Climate Change in 2019. This has resulted in 7 themes and associated targets that London Boroughs are signed up to, which are: ● #1 Retrofit London: Retrofit all domestic and non-domestic buildings to an average level of EPC B. Lead borough: LB Enfield and LB Waltham Forest ● #2 Low carbon development: Secure low carbon buildings…

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