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West Dunbartonshire Council

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… the fnancial burden of responding to adverse events such as extreme weather or a public health pandemic. The weather does not have to be extreme to have a negative impact on the delivery of our services. Relatively small changes, and progressive changes over time, in aspects such as temperature, rainfall, sunshine, snowfall and wind levels can result in disruption. As a local authority that has one…

… organisational resilience against climate changes, the physical and fnancial consequences of more frequent extreme weather events as they become increasingly common, as well as limiting the effects of gradual changes in our climate. Financial savings can also be achieved through addressing climate change. For example, the work carried out to reduce energy consumption across much of the estate has…

…. This will be achieved through engagement with, and empowerment of, the wider public within and outside West Dunbartonshire. With support from Climate ready Clyde (CRC) and wider Glasgow City region, we will develop Climate Change engagement tools to support community capacity building, particularly in being prepared for, and responding to, the impacts that Climate Change and extreme weather events will have…


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