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North of Tyne Combined Authority

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… be to establish an independent Green Growth Advisory Group, aligned with both the Energy Catalyst and North East Yorkshire and Humber Energy Hub, and which would include local, regional and national stakeholders. The purpose of this advisory group would be to provide expertise to inform and guide the approach to carbon emission reduction whilst promoting a productive, competitive and sustainable economy

… bringing forward proposals within this Fund (such as investment outlined in appendix 4). The Fund proposition is outlined in Appendix 1. ➢ An in-principle £10m ‘match and multiply’ Green New Deal Fund – designed to stimulate innovative models of good and sustainable job creation in areas where carbon reduction is needed most. We set out the framework in the attached appendix, and propose…

…, local authorities and regions – in the shape of firm net-zero targets which typically range from 2030 to 2050, and in emerging investment and delivery plans. Several local authorities have brought forward operational plans to decarbonise their operations within a short timeframe, and we are seeing new approaches to sustainable energy, waste disposal and transport (in particular) emerge…

… around the Tyne North Bank and Blyth sites. In the North of Tyne Vision Statement, sustainable and low carbon futures is identified as an important priority in ensuring pride of place, ensuring the region is an environment where people want to live, work and visit. The Mayor’s Manifesto has likewise made clean growth and climate change a high priority – citing both the economic and wider societal…

… be the generation of more sustainable jobs, energy, services and the development of innovative models of finance, investment and collaboration to facilitate them. Government estimates that the low- carbon economy could grow by 11% per year between 2015 and 2030. To help unlock this potential, it has allocated over £3bn for 2015-21, covering investments in transport, energy, innovation, homes, businesses…


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