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Argyll and Bute Council

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… flooding, storm events, sea level rises and service disruption. 5. Offset our emissions through partnership and innovation We benefit from outstanding natural resources and assets in Argyll and Bute and opportunities exist for carbon capture in peatland restoration, tree planting and other forms of offsetting. We will work with partners to deliver this. 6. Tell you about it and encourage…

… and Infrastructure The Council has a varied capital investment plan that includes a number of resilience and climate change related projects preparing for sea level rises, increased flood events and protection of essential infrastructure such as roads, bridges, ferry routes and buildings. During the summer of 2020, the Council agreed to invest over £20m and commence works on the Helensburgh Waterfront…

…% of the population living within 1km of the coast, rising sea levels and exposure from more extreme weather events is more relevant to our region than many others. The severity of more extreme and frequent weather events has particularly impacted The Rest and Be Thankful (A83 trunk road near Arrochar) in 2020 with increased landslides and closures. Disruption to such important infrastructure has long…

… lasting impacts on economic growth and the resilience of our communities. Our Decarbonisation Plan aims to start a long term climate wise investment in combating the sources of climate change but also to prepare for the inevitable impacts of adverse weather and rising sea levels. Storm Brendan, waterfront Dunoon, January 2020 Whilst this is our second Decarbonisation Plan…


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