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Cardiff Council

Direct link to climate strategy (PDF)

… but where generation and associated emissions are else where. Scope 3 - All Other Indirect”Caused” Emissions This covers emissions associated with procurement, staff commute and direct waste. It also takes into consideration sequestration - the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Carbon Neutral by 2030 - What does that mean? The Scale of the Challenge for Cardiff Council and City…

… emissions, including procurement activities, staff commuting and carbon sequestering opportunities. The City Between 2005 and 2018 Cardiff saw significant de- creases in CO2 emissions. 46% decrease in per capita emissions and 39% decrease in absolute emissions* (an average 3% per year reduction in total emissions) Industry and commerce have shown the greatest decreases in Cardiff, however…

… an analysis of our “Caused” or Scope 3 emissions and also estimates the positive effects that the Council’s parkland and natural estate have in “sequestering carbon. Alongside this we have also used statistics published by the Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to present the picture for the whole city. Scope 3 “caused” emissions are not calculated…

… procurement and staff commute activities as part of our response to the climate emergency. In addition to these emission calculations, it is estimated that 4,654.84 tCO2 are being sequestered (absorbed) by land on the council’s parkland and other Estate, which brings the Net total to 184,904 tonnes CO2e from Council Activities. The Council’s Carbon Baseline 2019/20 Whilst we anticipated in our…


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