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Milton Keynes

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… - what we will do by 2050  Seek to be a carbon neutral by 2030, and carbon negative by 2050;  Reduce transport emissions by promoting low-emission vehicles and public transport;  Ensure the source of transport power is sustainable;  Have the best urban air-quality in the UK, especially around public buildings;  Robustly monitor emissions and air quality Corporate actions…

… that as Milton Keynes grows we take advantage of the opportunity to do so responsibly, creating energy resilience, maximising the use of renewable energy, reducing our water usage, minimising transport emissions, ensuring clean air, and an economic system that promotes a sustainable economy that addresses the challenges of climate change. Councillor Peter Marland Leader…

… of land Low emissions Reducing the level of emissions from transport, industry and agriculture and ensure clear air Milton Keynes can be the world’s greenest and most sustainable city, using the opportunities of growth to tackle the challenges of climate change and resource competition to create a more prosperous city for all our people and future generations which is carbon negative by 2050…

… that drive poor air quality. What we’ve done Milton Keynes already has made significant moves to reducing the carbon emissions, achieving a 38% reduction in emissions since 2005. This figure takes into account the emissions from transport, industry and agriculture and the initiatives being undertaken by all individuals, groups and businesses will continue to feed into the nationally monitored…

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