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Forest of Dean District Council

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… a difference S-M Housing Associations Home Owners Landlords Private sector Housing CE Partnership / Network E Support public transport change (PG) Work with GCC to deliver more low carbon solutions M –L GCC P & T Councils Potentially through the CE partnership / Network and Cabinet Support Group T Embed Climate Change implications in decision making at all levels…

… and foundation stage in to the first phase of priority activity in 2020/21. II. To develop a longer term action plan. 3. Size of the challenge 3.1. There has been some good progress at a national level in reducing the carbon emissions from energy and transport as well as FoDDC in reducing its carbon footprint. However to meet the challenge of the Climate Emergency there needs to be step change…

… and discuss how priority activity could be delivered. The support group meeting involved and had support from a range of interested members of the public and local groups2. CE CPSG identified a range of ideas and options (meeting 1). These were then prioritised within themed areas (Energy, Landscape, Planning, Transport, Communication, Procurement) selecting three or four actions under each theme…

… only T Taxis Licencing explore an escalator of licencing fees to incentivise hybrid and electric vehicles Sets out a long term strategy in tandem with EV charging points S-M FoDDC Legal Licencing T Impact Timescale: S = <2yrs, M = 2-4yrs, L = >4yrs Theme: C= Communication, S= Strategy/Procurement, E= Energy, T= Transport, L= landscape, P=Planning (September 2019…

… to 1.5°C would require rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society, the IPCC said in a new assessment. With clear benefits to people and natural ecosystems, limiting global warming to 1.5°C compared to 2°C could go hand in hand with ensuring a more sustainable and equitable society. “Rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport


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