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South Tyneside Council

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… Comments and areas for investigation were received on a wide range of topic areas, including: Development of renewable energy solutions Sourcing renewable energy supplies Investing in LED Street lighting Developing greener, cleaner transport options Protecting the environment and greenspaces, while enhancing biodiversity Waste reduction and increased recycling activities Working…

… the amount of carbon we emit is essential if we are to keep global temperature rises below the IPCCs recommended 1.5°C South Tyneside Council has actively been involved in delivering solutions that support the reduction in consumption and emissions, through various schemes, including a significant property rationalisation programme; LED upgrades to street lighting

Street lighting Transportation and staff travel Environment and biodiversity Schools South Tyneside Homes operations Procurement Policy Adaptation Cultural change and awareness Championing a carbon…

… on sustainable property management to building managers and key delivery leads, providing the skills and knowledge base to ensure effective sustainable property management Estimated CO2 impact Indirect Owner Asset Management Team Energy Management Team Climate Change Team Theme 2 - Street lighting Public street lighting

… is an essential element of an urban environment. It affects residents’ sense of safety and social inclusion. It provides visibility for motorists, helps to reduce crime, while creating an inviting environment after dark. Street lighting is undeniably important, but in a time of environmental awareness and budget cuts, we need to look at innovative lighting solutions…


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