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East Cambridgeshire District Council

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… protection As one of the fastest growing counties within the UK, Cambridgeshire experiences increased demand for things like housing, food, water resources and efficient public transport, all of which compete for land use and put pressure on our natural environment. Some land use changes bring negative effects to our environment, for example, damage to landscape from minerals extraction…

sustainable transport options and reducing the carbon emissions from buildings, whilst enhancing natural assets through restoring local heritage, providing increased green spaces for people and nature and increasing tree planting to assist with shade and urban cooling. Imperatives for Action There are three clear imperatives for action, as outlined by the Global Commission for Adaptation, which…

…, 2021) 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 K ilo to n s C O 2 Industry Commercial Public Sector Domestic Transport Land Use 15 Figure: Per capita emissions for East Cambridgeshire and UK National Average, 2005 – 2019 (BEIS 2021) From the two charts above, two key points arise. First…

… it enters the vehicles). When the Council’s fleet vehicles are combined with the relatively small (but still significant) staff business travel, the Council’stransport’ activities consequently result…

… as in the influence they can bring to bear, to reduce the adverse effects of their populations on the planet. East Cambridgeshire, and Cambridgeshire as a whole, is a growing area. Increasing populations result in increasing need for businesses, houses, health, retail and leisure outlets, transport and other supporting infrastructure, all of which can lead to adverse impacts on the environment…

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