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West Oxfordshire District Council

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… below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.” 1.2.2. Shortly after the Paris Agreement, UNFCCC invited the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – and leading world body for assessing the science related to climate change – to produce: Global Warming of 1.5°C, an IPCC special report…

… this aim, this Council adopts the following statements: 1. West Oxfordshire District Council recognises the serious and accelerating changes to the world caused by climate change and therefore declares a climate and ecological emergency. 2. The Council is determined to be carbon neutral by 2030 and to encourage others in the District to follow its example. 3. The Council will form a panel

… of projects that make a continued positive contribution towards delivering Climate Action in West Oxfordshire, for example: a) From April 1st 2016, Solar PV was installed and operational at Carterton Leisure Centre and provides a direct, renewable supply of electricity to the Centre. This was made possible through the Council investment of £155,000. b) With revenue funding from the Council…

… and encourage staff engagement in climate action. d) The Council is also currently considering, at Full Council in January 2020, the potential for a further investment into Southill Solar Community Project, West Oxfordshire, which will contribute to the development and operation of strategic- level renewable energy infrastructure within the District. 2.1.10.The above are just three examples…

…- and zero-carbon energy efficiently, there will be residual carbon emissions to offset before being able to announce the Council is operating as carbon neutral. It is possible to offset these residual carbon emissions by investing in and installing renewable energy infrastructure. For example, “A typical 250kWp solar PV system will offset approximately 64 tonnes of CO2” source: solarsense…


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