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Sunderland City Council

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… and helping residents to improve the energy performance of their homes and to make savings on heating costs; • Providing cleaner air - by replacing existing polluting vehicles with ultra low emission alternatives and ensuring that public transport, walking and cycling become the preferred choices of transport; • Creating safer streets - by adapting streets to provide more pleasant…

… carbon and active transport modes such as walking, cycling, rail, Metro, electric and innovative technologies for buses and private vehicles, and help make public transport a more attractive choice. Green economy Strategic Priority 6: Grow the city’s green economy, and engage with businesses to work towards environmental sustainability Consumption and waste Strategic Priority 7…

… and cycling) for short journeys is good for health, low cost and low carbon. Where active travel isn’t possible, public transport and/or car sharing offer lower carbon alternatives; Our objective is to: Engage with residents, communities and partners and encourage positive behaviour change to reduce individual carbon footprints. Sunderland Low Carbon Framework December 2020 Page 29 6…

… practices of our organisations Organisational Policies Organisational policies such as agile working, sustainable travel plans can have a significant impact on reducing carbon emissions across the city. The 2030 Shadow Board and other partners will be working together to align their policies and procedures where appropriate. The pandemic has accelerated some of these practises across…


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