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Including the closely related term procurement spend.

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London Borough of Southwark

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… to this total within scope one and two are the council’s buildings, which account for 16% of total emissions. Scope three emissions accounted for a significantly larger proportion overall, at just under 84% of the total. These are calculated using information on the council’s procurement spend over a financial year, applying emissions factors to differing areas of consumption in the council’s supply…

… for just 12% of emissions in the borough, not only through its direct operations but also through its procurement. So, while it’s important that the council leads by example, we will only achieve impact on the scale required, if all organisations, businesses and community groups in our borough pull in the same direction. However, we also want to be clear that we will not be able to reach net zero…

… stock of council housing than any other council in London. Despite this, the council is still directly responsible for a small proportion of total emissions in Southwark. However, the council has a crucial role in leading this work and as set out above, has broader influence in how it procures, the policies that it sets and how it allocates resources in the borough. As such, it is important…

… one/two, left; Scope three right) of the council’s own footprint. The dominant sources of emissions are housing (14%) and procurement (>80%). 14 Council’s Own Emissions Pathway The potential impact of various carbon-reducing measures has been estimated using high-level modelling. This provides an indication of the scale and nature of change required for the council…


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