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London Borough of Islington

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… away from gas where possible. In doing so we will work with borough partners such as schools and colleges, universities and the NHS to support them to reduce carbon emissions from their estates. 2. Transport Reduce emissions in the borough from transport: We will reduce vehicular emissions by encouraging walking, cycling and public transportation. By working collaboratively, we will explore…

… how to transform our streets, secure better, cleaner and more accessible public transport services for Islington and improve air quality for residents. We will also electrify our fleet and encourage residents and local businesses to do the same by ensuring the appropriate infrastructure is in place. 3. Sustainable and affordable energy generation and supply Increase local generation…

… the perils of climate change is to build a clean and green borough that leaves none of our residents behind. The availability and use of clean, affordable energy for our residents is central to this. We will need to build infrastructure, retrofit energy inefficient homes, increase access to fair energy tariffs and build low carbon energy networks. We need to make sustainable transport accessible…

…) or national level and as such are beyond the council’s control. b. A relaxation of energy efficiency standards for new buildings, Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard, the removal of the mechanism for councils to create a carbon offset fund, or the withdrawal of support for electric vehicles or heat pumps would adversely impact our net zero carbon efforts. c. The decarbonisation of public transport

… Services Director New Build 3030 Funding and Resources 31 In recent years, the council has invested significantly in measures that reduce carbon emissions from transport, infrastructure and buildings in the borough. These include: • £200,000 on school streets • £4m on new LED street lighting • £7.7m on transport projects that encourage active travel or use of public transport


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