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North Devon Council

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… rural district compared to urban locations. City areas have lower transport emissions as residents tend to be in closer proximity to amenities and therefore can walk, cycle and use public transport for a higher proportion of journeys than those in rural areas. Urban areas tend to be on the gas grid whereas dwellings in rural areas are more likely to rely on oil, and gas is a lower carbon fuel…

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… increased risks to health, livelihoods, food security, water supply, human security and economic growth. The report found that limiting global warming to 1.5ºC would require ‘rapid and far-reaching’ transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport and cities. The report emphasised that with ambitious action from national and sub-national authorities, civil society, business and local…

… new pests and diseases previously unsuited to our climate. Floods, storms, and extreme heat can cause damage to buildings, disrupt transport, Cause power cuts and affect health. Buildings and infrastructure need to be adapted to cope with the new conditions. Businesses will have to plan around a changing climate, bringing additional costs and challenges as they look to adapt. 7…

transport sources over the same period. There is an established methodology for assessing and reporting on the carbon footprint of an organisation as given in guidelines published by HM Government – Environmental Reporting Guidelines (updated March 2019)9 The reporting guidance identifies the main types of emission sources in three categories known as ‘scopes’. These are defined as: Scope 1…

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