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West Sussex County Council

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… the carbon associated with road-based transport 1. We will use technological solutions to avoid the need for travel 2. We will prioritise sustainable transport options 3. We will reduce the impact of any remaining road travel. c. We will increase the amount of renewable energy used and generated in West Sussex. We will adapt and be resilient to a changing climate a. We will be an adapted…

… and wellbeing. There is also the potential for more direct impacts. Taking action to reduce the impacts that we see from climate change will help to ensure fewer heat related deaths and less likelihood of diseases that thrive in warmer conditions. • Improved air quality - reducing carbon emissions from transport will require us to think differently about how we interact and travel. Reducing…

transport by petrol and diesel vehicles will not only contribute to carbon reductions but will also reduce the amount of harmful nitrogen oxide emissions, the main source of which is vehicle emissions. • A protected natural environment and supported biodiversity - over half our county is designated as national park or Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). A changing climate threatens…

… facing this and all councils, exacerbated by the impact of covid-19 on the Council’s budget and the wider economy. 12 13 Appendix 1 Current National Policy Environment • The Carbon Plan 2011 identifies the emission reductions needed in five key areas of the economy; buildings; transport; industry; electricity; and agriculture to meet targets. • The Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA…


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