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City of Edinburgh Council

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… (1 %) in gas emissions, and a 12 % reduction in emissions from buses. 4.22 It can also be seen that emissions from HGVs and cars have increased between 2017/18 and 2018/19, showing that the transport sector requires additional effort to align with a net zero pathway. Overall, emissions from the whole transport sector only 9 Based on the net zero boundary. 10 Between 2010/11 and 2017…

… sales and numbers of customers, BEIS • Sub-national gas sales and numbers of customers, BEIS • Sub-national estimates of non-gas, non-electricity and non-road transport fuels, BEIS • Road transport energy consumption at regional & local authority level, BEIS • Household and business waste tables, SEPA • Scottish Water carbon footprint (published in their annual report) • Local…

…-statistics-2005-to-2018 https://ghgprotocol.org/greenhouse-gas-protocol-accounting-reporting-standard-cities 4 non-domestic buildings and homes); transport; waste; agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU); industrial processes & product use. 4.8 The boundary includes Scope 1 and 2 emissions (direct emissions and indirect emissions linked to electricity consumption…

… shades represent historic emissions. Lighter shades represent Business As Usual projections based on various factors such as population growth (different age groups for different emission sources), Transport Scotland road, bus and rail mileage forecasts, household numbers projections, school rolls projections, and grid electricity decarbonisation (based on UK Treasury Green Book…

…-wide carbon footprint boundary 12 Appendix 2 - List of emissions not covered by the net-zero boundary Emission source Rationale Well-to-tank (WTT) Well-to-tank emissions are fuel lifecycle emissions, occurring “upstream” from the point of use of the fuel. They result from the extraction, transport, refining, purification or conversion of primary fuels to fuels for direct use…

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