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Flintshire County Council

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… – with a common value factor used to determine the absorption of carbon. As yet, no formal baseline figures have been calculated for our land assets to determine more accurate absorption figures and therefore this action is a priority in realizing the true benefits of our land to both carbon sequestration and wider habitat richness. 6.9 The 2018/19 carbon absorption total can be removed from our emissions…

… energy generation, however in order to reach our ambitious goals of decarbonisation more large scale projects will need to be developed. 12.3 It is unlikely that the Council will be able to reduce its annual GHG emissions to 1500 tCO2e by 2030 (our current annual sequestration rate for our existing land assets). Therefore, once all opportunities to reduce GHG emissions have been completed…

…/ exhausted the Council will need to increase the annual amount of carbon sequestered “I live on a beautiful planet full of life. Right now our world is in danger to be changed forever and it needs EVERYONE’s help.” Elin, Ysgol Wepre in its land assets. This does not remove the Council’s responsibility to aim for net zero carbon. 12.4 Progress to date: - Own and operate two landfill gas…

… with the Urban Tree and Woodland Plan. - Assess impacts of Ash Dieback and tree planting within Flintshire assets on canopy cover and net carbon sequestration - Increase area with reduced mowing regimes to enhance biodiversity and increase carbon storage - Strengthen the monitoring of sustainable drainage systems (SuDs) installation and quality in new developments. - Explore best practice policies…


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