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Chorley Council

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… and heatwaves as well as rises in global temperatures and sea level rise and take steps to reduce the carbon we produce. What is Net Zero? Being a net zero Borough means that there will be a flat balance between the amount of carbon emitted into the atmosphere and the amount of carbon removed. This needs a joined up effort from across a number of areas of our lives and the businesses we have in our…

… air quality • Reduces the need to travel by private car and promotes active travel and also our health and wellbeing • Ensure new developments are well designed and ‘future proofed’ Through the development of this plan, we will have a suite of policies which help us mitigate and to adapt to changes which are already happening and cannot be reversed, such as rising sea levels and changes…

… community. As trends in data show a reduction in the diversity of our species and loss of natural habitats, rising temperatures and sea levels, and carbon emission levels, a joined-up effort is required to take steps now to protect and nurture the natural environment. Chorley Council have a track record of working with our partners such as the Environment Agency, Lancashire Wildlife Trust…

… against rising sea levels, or conversion to crops capable of surviving high temperatures and drought. Biodiversity The diversity of life on earth, from genes to species to ecosystems. Biofuel A fuel derived from renewable, biological sources, including crops such as maize and sugar cane, and some forms of waste. Carbon capture and storage the collection and transport of concentrated carbon…


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