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Belfast City Council

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… Roadmap for Belfast, Belfast Climate Commission/ Place-Based Climate Action Network. Contact a.gouldson@leeds.ac.uk a.sudmant@leeds.ac.uk robert@williamsonrc.com j.barry@qub.ac.uk a.slevin@qub.ac.uk https://pcancities.org.uk https://belfastclimate.org.uk A NET-ZERO CARBON ROADMAP FOR BELFAST CONTENTS Preface 4 Belfast Carbon Roadmap: Pathway to Net-Zero 6 Executive Summary 8 Introduction…

… of enhanced climate resilience. It promotes best practice in public engagement on climate change in order to support robust decision-making and acts as a forum where organisations can exchange ideas, research findings, information and best practice. https://www.belfastclimate.org.uk 4 5 BELFAST CLIMATE COMMISSION BELFAST CARBON ROADMAP PATHWAY TO NET-ZERO* *Net-zero, like “carbon neutral…

…, Belfast would use up this budget in just over a decade at some point during the winter of 2030. However, Belfast could stay within its carbon budget by reducing its emissions by c.8.4% year on year. This would mean that to transition from the current position where emissions are 42% lower than 2000 levels to a local pathway that is consistent with the world giving itself a 66% chance of avoiding…

… dangerous, runaway climate change, Belfast should adopt the following carbon reduction targets (on 2000 levels): 66% by 2025 80% by 2030 88% by 2035 93% by 2040 97% by 2045 100% by 2050 Such a trajectory would mean that the majority of all carbon cuts needed for Belfast to transition to a 1.5ºC consistent pathway need to be delivered by 2030. Figure 4: Belfast’s Baseline and Science-Based…

…-Target Emissions Pathways 24 25 A NET-ZERO CARBON ROADMAP FOR BELFAST AGGREGATING UP: THE BIGGER PICTURE FOR BELFAST a) Emissions reductions Our analysis predicts that the gap between the Belfast business-as-usual (BAU) emissions in 2050 and the net-zero target could be closed by 41% (513 ktCO2e) through the adoption of Cost-Effective (CE) options, by a further 11% (139 ktCO2e) through…

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