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Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council

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… to measure success. In the built environment, we will use environmental design principles to set standards and options for new buildings, refurbishments and town centre redevelopments. The partners will investigate the potential for their buildings to install solar power generation to support Bolton’s share of the Greater Manchester solar generation target of 45 MW by 2024, as set out…

…, so far as is practically possible. New investments and efficiency improvements in our buildings will shape our understanding of carbon emissions and efforts to reduce future emissions, while also sustaining a local green economy and attracting new business investment • Increasing the amount of renewable energy generated by solar panels on buildings, to contribute Bolton’s fair share…

… as possible to avoid the rush hour commute and promote family benefits • Making use of digital meetings for formal and informal meetings, minimising the need for travel while promoting inclusion and access for all ”Increase access to renewable energy options....everybody I know would happily have solar panels on their houses but nobody can afford to buy them! Council buildings should be setting…

… an example and Bolton at Home etc. should be adding solar panels to all of their properties. There’s no excuses. We are past the point of small token changes...action on a grand scale is needed now.” “Better recycling facilities - make it easier for people to recycle without too much effort.” “Change planning policy so that all new houses in Bolton must be carbon neutral and reduced water…

…. It is already having devastating impacts on people’s lives, homes and businesses, and for the natural world on which we depend. These impacts are felt both globally and locally and urgent action is required to avoid further and more catastrophic effects. The landmark report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, published in August 2021, was described as a “code red for humanity…

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