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Warwick District Council

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… is in the form of a Climate Emergency Action Programme to address these two declarations and contains a Carbon Management Plan for the Council’s own estate and a Climate Emergency Action Roadmap for Warwick District. 4. The Climate Action Programme acknowledges the effectiveness of current carbon reduction activities being undertaken by the Council both within its own estate and across…

…. 11. A successful carbon reduction pathway for Warwick District will rely upon successful engagement of a wide range of stakeholders and developing the understanding of the benefits and co-benefits of taking climate action on all sectors of the community. 12. Led by evidence based transformational actions, the Climate Emergency Action Programme should reflect the Council’s aspiration…

… as they occur.  Encourage businesses, institutions and community organisations to include adaptation measures within their long-term business strategy alongside carbon reduction activities and investments.  Prepare case studies of best practice from within and outside of Warwick district. Build Local Strategic and Delivery Partnerships The carbon footprint can only be reduced to net zero…

…  Reduce energy losses by retro-fit technologies and use of more energy efficient building fabric  Examine installation of low emission heating for key public buildings e.g. heat pumps; heat network  Convert rural pathways lighting columns and other public spaces to LED e.g. car parks  Identify suitable locations for solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on council owned buildings Transport…

… congestion in the traditional ways  Develop and implement policies that will deliver improved net zero carbon building standards - subject to national policy  Consider how town centres can develop as a focus for communities – for leisure, work and retail – and ensure these are accessible by means other than the private car  Ensure that green open spaces and cycle / pedestrian pathways


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