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Oxford City Council

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…) and technological changes was also important. ▪ A unified strategy for transport planning between Oxford City, the County Council, and public transport providers was important to Assembly Members. Incentivising public transport use and consideration of how vulnerable groups (especially children and the elderly) can get about were important areas to address when encouraging a move away from cars…

… of becoming ‘net zero’. ▪ Enhanced biodiversity was central to the overall ‘net zero’ vision of Oxford with increased flora and fauna in the city, along with more cycling, walking, and public transport, and far fewer cars. ▪ The buildings sector should adopt improved building standards, widespread retrofitting, and more domestic and non-domestic energy needs being met by sustainable sources…

… flora and fauna in the city. Assembly Members foresaw major changes in transport provision in Oxford with cycling, walking, and public transport prioritised over private motor vehicles. ▪ There would be key changes in the buildings sector with improved building standards, widespread retrofitting, and more domestic and non-domestic energy needs being met by sustainable sources. Assembly…

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… has legislation to reach ‘net zero’ by 2050. Should Oxford be more proactive and seek to achieve ‘net zero’ sooner than 2050?” To do so, they focussed on five key areas relating to carbon emissions in Oxford: waste reduction, buildings, transport, biodiversity & offsetting, and renewable energy. To help understand and deliberate on these issues, Assembly Members listened to expert…

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