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Slough Borough Council

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… potential. The emissions profile covers emissions generated within the borough boundary (scopes 1 & 2), as well as some emissions that occur outside of the borough as a result of activities taking place within the borough (scope 3). Not all subsectors can be neatly summarised as a “slice” of this chart. Emissions from land use act as a carbon sink for the region, sequestering carbon from…

…%): Including emissions from both dairy and non-dairy cattle as well as other farm livestock. o Land use (-0.2%): These emissions estimations rely heavily on DEFRA estimations on land use types and include emissions produced as well as sequestration. Only CO2 is considered for land use, so the figure quoted for sequestration is likely to be an underestimate. 30.8% of emissions in Slough come from…

…). The agriculture and land use sector represents “negative emissions” which increases over time due to increased sequestration of carbon as a result of new trees and the management and growth of existing features. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 2018 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 k tC O 2 e Industry Waste Transport Non-Domestic Buildings Domestic Buildings Natural…

…-wide emissions. Emissions from transport dominate the 2040 profile whilst energy efficiencies in buildings have heavily decreased domestic and non- domestic building emissions. Agriculture and land use emissions are a negative value, with sequestration increasing to 0.6 ktCO2e by 2030 and 1.1 ktCO2e by 2040. Despite aggressive action, 245 ktCO2e of residual emissions remain in 2040…


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