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Glasgow City Council

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… – Glasgow’s Climate Plan transformation required to achieve a net zero carbon, sustainable, just, caring, safe and thriving city. As a key target is for the city to become Net Zero Carbon by 2030. It is worth clearly defining this term again. Net Zero Carbon: When carbon emissions emitted directly equate to those emissions that are offset/ captured or sequestered. In simple terms…

…, this will mean the carbon emissions are balanced. Restoring the balance to the natural carbon cycle. It is worth clarifying that working towards this net zero carbon target therefore requires the city to significantly reduce carbon emissions whilst working to implement measures to capture (or sequester) residual emissions. To achieve the level of change that is required to respond…

… by example. Ban gas heating systems in all new buildings within the city boundary. Explore the feasibility of a workplace car park levy, ring fenced to fund sustainable transport in the city. Annual iterative review of the Climate Plan Increase investment in peatland restoration in the city and city region, to increase capacity for carbon sequestration, habitat and species enhancement. The Council works…


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