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Aberdeen City Council

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… is already in place enabling home and flexible working for relevant staff. Areas for consideration under this theme include: 3. Explore options to increase the availability and use of alternative fuel staff pool car(s) to reduce grey business mileage costs. 4. Promote and increase uptake of the range of active travel options where travel is required – including walking, cycling, public transport

… Powering Aberdeen Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan Travel Policy Aberdeen Adapts Open Space Strategy Fleet Asset Management Plan Local Development Plan Nature Conservation Strategy Property Asset Management Plan Local Housing Strategy Hydrogen Economy Strategy Internal Waste Minimisation Policy Local Transport Strategy Regional Economic Strategy Council Delivery Plan Regional Transport

… setting process. Key activities in this phase may include:  Exploring context and drivers for carbon management and adaptation across our estate and operations.  Establish the thematic groups: leadership and governance; awareness and behaviour change; buildings; transport; and other operations. These will be supported to collate information on current initiatives and identify and prioritise…

… in climate risks and opportunities; the space between buildings as well as the buildings themselves. Group 4: Transport We have a wide range of vehicles and the decarbonisation of our fleet has already started. Our fleet already includes electric and hydrogen vans, a hydrogen refuse collection vehicle and a hydrogen road sweeping vehicle. Over 60% of our fleet meets the Euro 6 specification. Areas…

… and car sharing. 5. Continue to deliver and expand our approach to digital, facilitating solutions that reduce the need to travel altogether, such as Teams conferencing, home / mobile working, for both emissions reduction and extreme events. Transport networks, motorised or otherwise, are critical parts of our city’s infrastructure, supporting economic activity, emergency services…


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