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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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… underway are: ● A review of all council properties to identify cost effective paths to reduce emissions from our buildings, with the aim for them to be carbon neutral by 2030 ● An upgrade programme to make Kingston’s street lighting 100% LED by 2023, reducing the amount of energy used to power them by around 50% ● Proposals to achieve ‘BREEAM Excellent’ status in our redevelopment of the Kingfisher…

… supply chain, changing how we invest to influence the financial markets and changing how we work, day to day, as employees of the Council. We have already taken many large actions in this area since declaration, but there is more to do. Since the declaration we have: ● Funded a programme to move all of Kingston’s street lights to 100% LED by 2023. This will reduce the amount of energy used for street

…: ● SCOPE 1 carbon emissions: Carbon that is emitted directly from the council’s gas usage and vehicle fleet. ● SCOPE 2 carbon emissions: Carbon that is emitted from electricity usage in council buildings and street lighting. ● SCOPE 3 carbon emissions: Carbon emissions from sources that the council does not own or control. This includes emissions associated with business travel, procurement, waste…

… visits from social care staff are included), housing-related vehicles and vehicles for grounds and tree maintenance. There is no available data for Waste Collection Fleet Fossil Fuel use in 2017/18, however data will be available from 2019/20. SCOPE 2 - Carbon that is emitted from electricity usage in council buildings and street lighting i.e. 6,779.53 tCO2e Kingston’s Council’s Scope 2 emissions…

… are 6779.53 tCO2e. Scope 2 covers carbon emitted from electricity usage in council buildings and street lighting. Based on available data for 2017/18, 82% of the electricity emissions are from council buildings including Adult Educational facilities, car parks, cemetery and crematorium, leisure facilities, parks, care homes, libraries, and community centres and halls. Also, it includes emissions from 34…

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