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Chorley Council

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… in frequency of extreme weather conditions. This variation may be caused by both natural processes and human activity. Global warming is one aspect of climate change. CO² See carbon dioxide. Deforestation The permanent removal of standing forests that can lead to significant levels of carbon dioxide emissions. Fossil fuels Natural resources, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, containing…

… across the Borough and promote nature recovery Climate Change Objective 5 Enable Chorley to be climate resilient and better equipped to cope with changes in the natural environment including extreme weather events Priorities The Council has identified nine priorities for action to tackle climate change. Under each of these we have a number of projects or activities which will all help us…

… in extreme weather events. Priority Four: Provide safe spaces for walking and cycling, promote sustainable public transport and greener private and commercial vehicles. The largest sector of fossil fuel use and carbon emission is transport. Vehicles emit gases and substances which not only have a considerable greenhouse gas effect, but also impact on human health and wellbeing. These air…


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