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West Lothian Council

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… aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for the unavoidable impacts of changing weather patterns through the period 2021-2028 while also considering the pathway to achieving a net-zero West Lothian by 2045 at the latest. Efforts to lessen the impact of climate change can also bring opportunities, such as cost savings from reduced energy bills and making better use of our…

… Emissions In order to develop a pathway to net-zero, it is important to understand our current position. The council has been reporting annual emissions since 2007, originally as a signatory to Scotland’s Climate Change Declaration and more recently as part of the Public Bodies Duties set out in the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009. This provides us with clear, consistent and comprehensive data…

… on the experiences from the work undertaken in the phase 2 pilot and in line with Scottish Government guidance. Action E1 The Scottish Government published its Energy Strategy in 2017, setting out a pathway to 2050 and recognising some of the challenges and opportunities presented in developing our future energy systems. Energy Hierarchy To ensure that a balanced approach is taken to reducing our energy…

… zero carbon targets. Action E4 West Lothian Council - Climate Change Strategy24 The Council will produce a revised and updated Employers Requirements Design Guide for council Housing in 2022/23 as part of the council’s pathway to net-zero. Renewable Energy Using renewable energy rather than fossil fuels can significantly decrease energy related emissions and will play a key role…


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