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Richmondshire District Council

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… and from decomposing waste in landfill. Greenhouse gases are commonly referred to as carbon emissions. They are measured in tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, CO2(e). One tonne of CO2(e) can be visualised as a cube that is about the height of a three storey building. Reducing carbon emissions from human activity to net zero is the internationally recognised way to slow down or stop climate change…

… Climate Change Commission, and at the local level through other influential organisations operating within the District, such as the Ministry of Defence (MOD), the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) and North Yorkshire County Council (the County Council). 3 The Plan aligns with the ambition of the York and North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to achieve net zero

… carbon across its area by 2034 by ‘accelerating the transition to renewable energy sources, making the most of all our materials and assets in the region and enhancing our natural capital’. The Action Plan also aligns with three of the four aims of the recently formed Yorkshire and Humber Climate Commission, namely to support rapid progress towards net zero carbon emissions, to encourage a just…

… Approach’ in March 2021, which includes general and sectoral organisational targets for 2025 as stepping stones towards achieving its 2050 net zero carbon ambition. As yet, there are no published ambitions or targets for Catterick Garrison specifically. The Yorkshire Dales National Park has declared a climate emergency and it is focusing on supporting the transition to a sustainable, low carbon…

…, and by 2030, to achieve annual carbon savings of at least 30 times their annual emissions from woodland planting that they have directly funded. The County Council are developing a carbon reduction plan to reach its target of net- zero neutrality for the Council by 2030, or as near to that date as possible. The Council’s climate emergency declaration In response to the evidence before…


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