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Cheshire East Council (Unitary)

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…. Such removal may occur due to Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) such as geo- sequestration or biomass energy with carbon capture and storage, or, natural sequestration via means such as afforestation. The boundary of the carbon neutrality target is important as this defines what activities and greenhouse gases are in scope for reduction and/or off-setting, if such a claim is to be made…

… and adaptation. In terms of climate mitigation (as is the subject of this report), they focus on carbon sequestration. Examples include tree and hedgerow planting and restoration of ecosystems including wetlands, peatland, grasslands, pasture, and soils. Nature- based solutions are championed in the U K Government’s draft Environment Bill. 1 – IPCC Glossary definitions 2 – As defined by the Tyndall…

… level): All other GHG emissions that occur outside the local authority boundary as a result of activities taking place within the local authority boundary. • Scope 1, 2 and 3 (at an organisational level): These differ from the definition at a borough level and are defined on page 8. • Sequestration: The uptake of carbon-containing substances, in particular carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.1…


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