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City of Edinburgh Council

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… approaches to sustainable public sector procurement to reduce scope 3 emissions; 4.5.4 Developing innovative approaches to net zero development which address both operational and embodied emissions; 4.5.5 Calling on Scottish and UK governments to act on aviation emissions in line with Paris agreement, and ensure the national transport infrastructure supports sustainable public transport; 4.5.6…

…. • The city has a network of safe and attractive active travel routes, and an integrated world-class sustainable public transport system, which is affordable for everyone. • Most citizens find they no longer need a car, and a network of car clubs and electric vehicle charging hubs is available to support those who do. • The city centre is re-imagined as a place for people walking, cycling…

… and help build community wealth. 3. We will accelerate the decarbonisation of public transport The way we move people, goods and services around the city accounts for 31 per cent of the city’s total emissions. To achieve net zero, we need to develop the city’s public transport network to deliver affordable, integrated, net zero solutions for all trip types. Strategic actions to support…

… of the Climate Strategy and Implementation Plan 4.3.1 Unlocking and accelerating energy efficiency in homes and buildings; 4.3.2 Enabling the development of a citywide programme of heat and energy generation and distribution infrastructure; 4.3.3 Accelerating the decarbonisation of public transport; 4.3.4 Renewing the focus on climate resilience and accelerating adaptation of the city; 4.3.5…

… includes new commitments on: 4.5.1 Collaborating with Scottish Government to develop a green investment pipeline for the city; 4.5.2 Developing investment strategies to support the city’s transition to clean energy and energy efficient buildings, a low carbon economy, net zero transport infrastructure, and to adapt the city to be resilient to future climate change; 4.5.3 Developing joined-up…

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