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London Borough of Haringey

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…, such as domestic energy and road transport, need to decarbonise as soon as possible as these reduction targets are more achievable now with known technology responses. The graph also shows that emissions from road transport is increasing at this time. (Source: ARUP’s Climate Action Haringey: Towards a Zero-Carbon Future Final Report, November 2019) Under the Haringey Climate Change Action Plan…

… and the draft Walking and Cycling Action Plan. We launched web-based tools to help awareness and understanding of low carbon choices with the Ecofurb web page, and a Clean Car App to assess the options of electric vehicles. Communities with low car ownership are blighted by the worst air quality, and their access to public transport and active travel options need to be improved. This has become worse…

… when public transport capacity was reduced to support social distancing. In response, the Council is supporting new walking and cycling infrastructure so we can deliver better air quality and carbon reduction. Delivering healthier lifestyles and increased access to jobs and services are also key parts of the Action Plan. The Climate Change Action Plan will also support our work in addressing…

… targets a borough-wide reduction on carbon emissions which will improve living standards for all residents. Figure 1: Line graph showing Haringey’s proportion of emissions for the domestic, industrial and commercial, and transport sectors between 2005 and 2018. It shows that the reduction in emissions from 2005 to 2018 is 50% for the domestic sector (from 538 ktCO2 to 327 ktCO2), 27…

…% for the industrial and commercial sector (from 296 ktCO2 to 176 ktCO2), and P a g e | 6 23% for the transport sector (from 201 ktCO2 to 153 ktCO2). (Source: Haringey Annual Carbon Report, 2020) Haringey Council has for some time been committed to reducing the borough’s emissions by 40% by 2020, from a 2005 baseline (coined as ‘40:20’). In 2018 we set a new target to become a net zero-carbon…

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