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Fife Council

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… and hydrogen powered vehicles is a part of the solution, all ‘zero carbon’ strategies must acknowledge ways to actively encourage walking, cycling and improved low carbon public transport solutions. The rapid development of air transport and local airport strategies also need to be reconsidered as part of a low carbon transport strategy, including tackling the concept of ‘frequent flying…

… emissions by 203011. Under the sustainable travel programme, Climate Fife projects will focus on decarbonising the Council’s own fleet, reducing the need to travel by settlement and development planning and smart technology; promoting active travel, increasing vehicle efficiencies, making public transport more popular and increasing the uptake of ULEV (ultra-low emission vehicles) such as hybrid…

… units, schools, landfill sites, parks, woodlands, and care homes to social housing units.  In conjunction with community planning partners, the Council also sets planning, transport, waste and housing policy and makes strategic decisions about where and how Fife should be developed in the future, and how environmental risks such as flooding are managed. These decisions will shape Fife’s future…

… made considerable progress in decarbonising its electricity supply and is aiming that by 2020 11% of Scotland’s heat demand and 100% of Scotland’s electricity demand equivalent will be produced from low carbon sources. The Scottish Government is aiming to decarbonise 100% of Scotland’s heat demand by 2050 under current targets, and for a 14% share of transport fuels to be renewable by 2030 under…

… current targets. Move, store and transform energy Decarbonisation is a massive challenge, and the Scottish Government is advocating the use of a whole energy system approach to solving the challenge of decarbonising Scotland’s economy. A whole energy system approach means developing a portfolio of options for clean energy in all its various uses (electricity, heating and transport


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