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West of England Combined Authority

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… change. 10 Using this plan as a guide we will: • Continue to call on Government to introduce policies, funding and incentives to enable rapid transformation to net zero carbon pathway and climate resilience by 2030. • Support our unitary authority partners and other stakeholders to progress low carbon actions, recognising that WECA does not have all the powers, funding…

…, combined authorities, unitary authorities, individuals, business and international government. WECA does not have the funding or levers to do it all alone. The below diagram sets out how responsibility lies between stakeholders. 11 The plan is not intended to be fixed, nor can it predict an absolute pathway to carbon neutrality. Over the next few years there will be decisions…

… nationally on the future of our energy production and supply, as well as investment in new green fuels; these decisions by Government will influence our ability to reach our climate emergency goal regionally. By focusing our efforts on the steps, we can take now and over the next five years, we are putting the West of England on the pathway towards net zero carbon and are not constrained in the short…

…. We will also carry out an assessment of the West of England’s progress against the pathway to net zero carbon outlined earlier in this document. We will work with the unitary authorities in the region to continue to improve our understanding of the sources of carbon emissions, and progress made by government, businesses, and households. The plan supports the delivery of a number of the United…


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