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London Borough of Wandsworth

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… initiatives and projects to encourage walking, cycling, use of public transport and car sharing and to reduce carbon emissions from transport, improve air quality and create a transport network which supports a mobile, affordable low-carbon future and ensure that the transport network operates safely and efficiently to meet the needs of all users. Wandsworth will be an easy place to use, own…

… and store a bicycle. Staff will use sustainable transport options to get to work and to move around the borough while carrying out their roles. We will improve the Council’s own transport fleet policies and practices and the Council’s own and our contractor’s vehicle fleet. Actions We will work on the principle of a sustainable transport hierarchy as seen below, encouraging the most sustainable…

… by helping to progress implementation of the Northern Line Extension to Battersea. The building of the NLE was a pre-requisite of the development of the area as we wanted to ensure that residents had access to good public transport links. This is an approach we will replicate where appropriate. We will continue to promote and support the use of the River Thames for passenger transport, including…

… relentlessly for better public transport and we have sought to make walking and cycling in our busy borough safer and less stressful. Just as we were an early pioneer of car clubs we have been equally ambitious in extending the network of electric charging points across the borough. Our residents have backed us so that we now have one of the highest electric vehicle take-up rates in the capital. We…

… infrastructure and make Wandsworth the easiest place in the country to run an electric car. • We will improve our air quality, with our actions on transport, planning and development all contributing to improving air quality, including tackling pollution and emissions from engine-idling. • We will reduce the amount of energy that we use as an organisation, improve the energy efficiency of our housing…

Angus Council

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… (Scotland) 2019. Available here. 7 Scottish Climate Change Plan: third report on proposals and policies 2018-2032. Available here. 8 The future of energy in Scotland: Scottish Energy Strategy 2017. Available here. 9 The Fuel Poverty (Scotland) Act. Available here. 10 National Transport Strategy. 2020. Available here. Definition: Net Zero Net-zero carbon emissions does not mean…

… and Waste). Figure 1: Angus GHG emissions in 2005 and 2012 from BEI sources by sector. 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 700000 800000 900000 1000000 2005 2012 G H G e m is si on s (t C O 2e ) Waste management Private and commercial transport Public transport Municipal fleet Industries (excluding industries involved in the EU Emission Trading Scheme…

…. Available here. 0.0 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 16.0 18.0 20.0 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 G H G e m is si on s (M tC O 2e ) Business Energy Supply Public Residential Waste Management Transport (excluding international) https://www.gov.scot/publications/scottish-greenhouse-gas-emissions-2018/ 20 Urban Foresight As can be seen the most…

… climate threats alongside potentially vulnerable sectors in Angus. Using this information, the SECAP sets out a series of concrete, deliverable actions with clear timelines and responsibilities. The actions are arranged according to 6 key sectors including Buildings; Energy; Transport; Land Use & Forestry; Agriculture & Food and Waste, as well as Governance and Process actions. Equally…

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East Sussex County Council

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… of this report they are considered to be inter-changeable. 11 No. Theme Action Outputs and Outcomes Lead 1 Transport Produce and consult on Local Transport Plan 4 Updated local transport strategy in place aligned to net zero East Sussex County Council 2 Develop a pipeline of cycling and walking projects Active Access programme to continue to increase walking & cycling to school…

… and lower transport sector emissions than the 3 more rural areas (Lewes, Rother and Wealden), as they have a higher population density and lower levels of car ownership. This is also reflected in higher emissions per capita in the rural areas, because there are fewer transport options and therefore higher private car ownership, as well as many properties that are not on the gas grid. Figure 2…

…, employment and education East Sussex County Council 3 Develop and implement a Bus Service Improvement Plan 1) More comprehensive bus networks with better coverage. 2) Increase in use of public transport. East Sussex County Council and bus companies 4 Develop a co-ordinated approach to electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints Lay the groundwork to accelerate EV uptake SPACES (Strategic Property…

… that determine energy demand, such as population growth or economic activity. At present there is no published information on total GHG emissions by county area. Instead, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) publishes data each year by local authority area to monitor CO2 emissions from domestic housing, businesses, transport and changes in land use (see: https…

…, but the reduction from local transport is significantly less (at - 6%) than the domestic sector (-33%) and commercial and industrial sector (-40%). Consequently, transport now accounts for the largest share of total carbon emissions in East Sussex. East Sussex currently has the lowest per capita CO2 emissions of English counties, which is mainly due to the lack of heavy industry and motorways. However…

West of England Combined Authority

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… The action plan at a glance Low carbon business Low carbon transport system Renewable energy The green environment Low carbon buildings and places Work to decarbonise the transport system and increase cycling and walking and the use of public transport; building on positive behaviour change following the covid-19 pandemic lockdown period Help…

… are: • Low carbon transport system: Work to decarbonise the transport system and increase cycling and walking and the use of public transport; building on positive behaviour change following the covid-19 lockdown period • Low carbon business: Help business and local people benefit from growth in the green economy; maximising government investment in the region and supporting our businesses to build…

… implemented to support covid-19 pandemic recovery • Joint Local Transport Plan [JLTP] 4 aims to reduce the amount of car trips even considering the anticipated increase in population • Bus strategy aims to double the number of bus trips by 2036 15 Our strategy Delivering further action Appendix A sets out the next steps WECA will take…

… to support a net zero region, building on the carbon reduction programmes and initiatives already underway in this challenge area. It includes actions to increase the uptake of cycling and walking through the implementation of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan, reduce car trips and increase the uptake of public transport. Work to decarbonise the transport system and increase cycling…

transport operators to convert to low carbon fuels and identify and address the barriers to the uptake of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. Increase the uptake of public transport Actions to increase the uptake of public transport and to restore public confidence following the covid-19 pandemic. This includes continuing to plan for a mass transit system in the region and smart ticketing. Low…

Perth and Kinross Council

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… and expanding the network of Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Points. The Council also has within its powers more deterrent measures, such as parking restrictions and parking pricing controls. The new Transport Act provides an opportunity to support climate change action for local communities with powers including actions on workplace parking, and public transport enhancement. Climate change and air…

… of travel, with the following alternatives available to Council employees: - LiftShare Scheme, E-Bikes trial events, Cycle to work Scheme. (Action T9 – Appendix 2) vi) Public Transport The Council invests in the region of £2.1m per year in the subsidised local public transport network throughout Perth and Kinross Council area. This provides around 1.88 million miles per annum, over and above…

…-17_UK_local_and_regional_CO2_emissions_tables.xlsx 12 | P a g e Using transport as an illustration: Emissions Transport Actions Council has direct control Deciding to change Council Fleet from petrol/diesel to electric or other low carbon vehicles Council has influence Taking measures such as parking charging policies, subsidising local bus transport, and encourage local residents to use alternative forms of transport

…. Of this, the Transport sector accounted for 48%, Domestic sector 27% and Industry and Commercial 25%, as shown by Figure 11 and 12. Figures 10 and 11 - CO2 emissions within the scope of influence of Perth & Kinross Council (by Sector) Figure 11 shows that for CO2 emissions within the scope of influence of the Council, although emissions from industry, commercial and domestic sources are reducing…

… 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 2 0 1 6 2 0 1 7 k t C O 2 Sector CO2 emissions estimates 2005-2017 (kt CO2) Industry & Commercial Domestic Transport Industry & Commercial 25% Domestic 27% Transport 48% Sector share of CO2 emissions 2017 Source: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads…

Gloucestershire County Council

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… Statutory Authority Overarching statutory powers in relation to Education, Highways, Lead Local Flood, Public Health, Strategic Planning, Transport, Waste Disposal and section 1(1) of the Localism Act 2011. Relevant County Council policy Corporate Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan, July 2008 Local Flood Risk Management Strategy, 2014 Local Transport Plan 2015-2031, 2016 (being revised…

… a longer-term arrangement in place. 8. Review the Local Transport Plan (LTP) in view of the climate change emergency and consult on the revised LTP in January 2020. This will include policies for all transport modes: public & community transport; cycle; freight; highways; rail; walk. The LTP was refreshed following a public consultation January to March 2020. In September the revised draft…

…. Environment Scrutiny Committee has been briefed on key actions, for example the refresh of the Local Transport Plan, and receives regular update reports from the Director of Economy, Environment & Infrastructure. Planned Dates None Divisional Councillor All https://glostext.gloucestershire.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=117&MId=9232&Ver=4 https…

…  In conjunction with EATF funding we have been developing proposals to transform active and green travel in Gloucestershire, including a six mile-long Cheltenham to Gloucester B4063 cycle link, which is the key to unlocking green transport for those commuting between the two urban areas. This cycle way is included in existing local transport plans and will connect Gloucester city, Tewkesbury district…

… violations. Consultation Arrangements Ongoing consultation with partners and the Youth Climate Panel in the development and delivery of the live 5-year rolling action plan. Individual actions may include public consultation, e.g., the Local Transport Plan. Environment Scrutiny Committee has been briefed on key actions, for example the refresh of the Local Transport Plan, and receives regular…

Ceredigion County Council

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… of fleet and business transport in order to ascertain the business and environmental case for switching to ULEVs. WGES aims to help organisations meet the WG’s stated objective of all public-sector road transport transitioning to ULEV by 2030 and to support the move to Net Zero. ACTIONS – Fleet Vehicles  Undertake a review to identify the most appropriate fuel-powered vehicles for each…

… a full review of fleet and business transport, in order to ascertain the business and environmental case for switching to ULEVs. Electric bicycle charging has been installed at the Canolfan Rheidol Council Office in Aberystwyth. During the COVID pandemic period, most office based staff have been working from home. Better use has been made of technology to facilitate home working, with meetings…

… will likely include: (1) Mobility and Transport; (2) Procurement; (3) Land Use; and (4) Buildings 2 This Plan has been formed based on the Member-led motion put forward in June 2019, the contents should be considered on the basis of whether it articulates the desired vision going forward. Anticipated Next Steps Short-term (next 3 - 12 months)  Net Zero Action Plan to Cabinet…

…)  Upon release of Welsh Government reporting methodology, full baseline exercise needs to be undertaken, to expand emission monitoring to also include emissions from:  Mobility and Transport;  Procurement;  Land Use; and  Buildings. As a result, there will be many other actions that emerge over time, which will need to be identified and progressed further.  Once we have a complete…

… the decarbonisation of the region’s housing and building stock Key Priority 2: Work proactively to ensure that electricity and gas grids in the region are suitable for a 100% decarbonised future Key Priority 3: Boost the use of renewable energy through new generation and storage Key Priority 4: Accelerate the shift to zero carbon transport and improve connectivity Key Priority 5: Develop and harness…

Forest of Dean District Council

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… digital and transport infrastructures and many residents are required to travel long distances for both work and pleasure. We have a very high dependency on cars and a topography requiring innovation for active travel, with further challenges around the affordability of electric vehicles and a lack of control over public transport policy. Electricity grid capacity Investments in expanding…

… fuels and other polluting industries. District-wide emissions  Prioritise actions that will help reduce emissions from road transport in the district.  Establish a positive planning policy framework for maximising the use of renewables within new developments, and opportunities for the deployment of larger scale renewable energy generation.  Explore and identify ways that the Council…

…, covering a range of topics such as how people travel, heat and use energy in their homes, what they eat and buy, energy generations and carbon storage. Recommendations included investing in public transport and active travel infrastructure, supporting the switch to electric vehicles, investment and support for retrofit, measures to encourage a circular economy and less meat consumption…

… will not be fulfilled. This is particularly the case with regards to local issues that the Council has little control over such as public transport policy and waste disposal. Opportunities Local prosperity There are wide ranging benefits available for us if we take the action needed: a safer and prosperous future, cleaner air, more comfortable buildings and homes, fresh local food supplies, improved…

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Epping Forest District Council

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… and wellbeing. Now and ongoing Planning and Sustainability Internal budget for newsletter and website Initiatives to support walking, cycling and public transport use. Investigation to implement recommendations and projects within the District. Includes Interim Public Transport Strategy, Essex Highways Study, Infrastructure Development plan and working with Essex County Council (ECC…

… are looking to expand our communication channels to reach a wide and varied audience. 16 District Travel 65% of the District’s carbon emissions come from on road transport sources. Maximising opportunities to make it easier for residents and businesses to change to using Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles (ULEV’s), encouraging sustainable transport choices and reducing the number of journeys…

public transport options available. Bus Back Better Initiative for the DfT for Essex to create enhanced partnership with bus operators July 2021 ECC ECC Modern technology at stops and on vehicles to enhance public transport experience Installation of real time travel information at train stations and bus stops across the district; contactless and app-based Now and ongoing ECC…

… Developer contributions, ECC 17 ticketing and payment; multi- operator ticketing. Explore potential of new and more frequent bus services to connect key settlements Including increased frequency of the Epping-Harlow and North Weald-Epping bus routes as suggested from EFDC Public Transport Infrastructure Strategy. 2016-2031 ECC, Developers, TfL, other operators Developer…

… (CO2e). The table below shows the GHG’s covered by the Kyoto Protocol and where they come from. Greenhouse Gas Where it comes from Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Power stations, transport, industrial and domestic power, cement production, general fuel combustion Methane (CH4) Landfill, agriculture and oil and natural gas operations Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Fertiliser, road transport, industrial processes…

North of Tyne Combined Authority

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… better (retrofitting). Making sure new housing is efficient and effective and planning supports this • Transport: improved public transport, how effective will electric vehicles be? Cycleways? • Energy generation: what potential is there for local renewable energy? (e.g. onshore wind) • Community involvement and education: how can the public be taken forward? How do we find out about…

… priorities by Assembly members: housing and transport. It was decided that Assembly members should be given a further opportunity to discuss what might be the best choice for a third theme by the end of the week. During Session 4, Assembly members were given the opportunity to consider ‘What things might guide the ideas on how we should respond to climate change? What should guide us…

… were placed into five randomly selected groups and commentators rotated around the groups to answer questions. The session finished with participants returning to their home groups where they were asked to take two minutes to write down ‘things you think we need to not forget for when we start writing our recommendations’. Session 5: Transport This Saturday morning session started…

South Holland District Council

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… of produce. The rural nature of the area means limited public transport networks will make decarbonising transport a challenging task in the years ahead with residents often having to travel several kilometres to access key services such as doctors and supermarkets. While electric vehicles provide one option, as technology advances it is likely there will be a mixture of solutions adopted. Strategic…

… and passenger transport, both for private and business purposes Housing 140.5 Emissions from energy consumption in and around the home Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) 109.2 Emissions/removals of CO2 from changes in the carbon stock in forestland, cropland, grassland, wetlands, settlements and harvested wood products, and of other greenhouse gases from drainage (excl. croplands…

… with emissions from industry also coming in the top three for emissions. kt CO2 (2019) Detail Transport 117.5 Emissions include freight and passenger transport, both for private and business purposes Housing 94.9 Emissions from energy consumption in and around the home Industrial 52.8 Emissions from businesses defined as UK Standard Industrial Classification (SIC07) subsections 01-32, 35-39 & 42…

…, A. Duncan, A. (2019). “A summary carbon roadmap for Boston”. Place based Climate Action Network, https://pcancities.org.uk/ East Lindsey Emissions in East Lindsey reduced by 27.31% between 2005 and 2019. The three largest contributing sectors are transport, domestic properties and land use, land use change and forestry. kt CO2 (2019) Detail Transport 274.2 Emissions include freight and passenger

… of the interdependencies and multiple benefits that are at play. Key themes Transport Built Environment Energy/Renewables Business Agriculture/Food Water (Flood Risk and Drought) Natural Environment 12 DRAFT CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY Transport Emissions from the transport sector are the largest contributors to the carbon footprints of the SELCP area accounting for 37% of Boston’s total emissions, 32…

North Ayrshire Council

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… and outcomes for transport set out in the NTS. North Ayrshire’s Local Transport Strategy translates these documents into a local perspective. The review of our strategy in 2021 will identify our priorities for active and sustainable travel until 2026. The updated strategy will reflect the changes in travel post COVID including the impact on the public transport network. It will also reflect…

… learning from the Doughnut Economics tool which proposes an economy with a social foundation we cannot fall below and environmental limits that should not be exceeded. WORKSTREAM 3 – TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL Transport is currently the largest contributor to Scottish emissions. The National Transport Strategy sets out the vision for the transport system over the next 20 years. Its vision…

… of a sustainable inclusive, safe and accessible transport system, helping deliver a healthier, fairer and more prosperous Scotland for communities, businesses and visitors is underpinned by four priorities: Reduces inequalities; Tackles climate action; Helps deliver inclusive economic growth; and Improves our health and wellbeing. It promotes walking, cycling, public transport and bike, car and ride…

… 6.8 1.0 2016 893.6 6.6 1.0 2017 846.6 6.2 0.9 2018 839.4 6.2 0.9 Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Strategy 2021-23 13 | P a g e Figure 4 below shows the breakdown of emissions each year, by the sector they were produced from (Industry and Commercial, Domestic, Transport, and Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry). Figure 4. Baseline…

… the progress we have made, even surpassing our previous target of 40% reduction in emissions by 2030. Figure 5. Carbon emissions from Council Estate - 200.0 400.0 600.0 800.0 1,000.0 1,200.0 1,400.0 1,600.0 kt C O 2 Year Baseline Emissions Breakdown 2005 - 2018 (ktCO2) LULUCF Net Emissions Transport Total Domestic Total Industry and Commercial Total Environmental…

London Borough of Lambeth

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… and fair, reducing the inherent inequities in our society at the same time. From retrofitting buildings and decarbonising our transport system to adapting our borough for the impacts of climate change and reducing consumption, this plan sets out the actions to build a prosperous, fair and climate resilient Lambeth. I am proud to lead our fantastic borough, where our biggest hospitals Kings…

… transition is needed in the way people live and interact with each other, the planet and its resources. Taking this action will deliver tangible benefits to Lambeth’s communities, from revitalising our natural spaces with biodiversity, to streets that are quieter and safer for walking and cycling, to affordable and accessible public transport, to fixing our inefficient building stock to eliminate…

… and public transport, in an environment with clean, green and nature-rich spaces. Our homes and workplaces will be comfortable and affordable to run, with good jobs and strong, inclusive, resilient communities where everyone’s needs are met, and everyone plays a part. 1 OUR 2030 VISION 1 13 Lambeth’s Climate Action Plan | Our 2030 vision for Lambeth A VIEW FROM 2030 Grace is getting ready…

… – buildings and transport (Figure 5 shows the breakdown of emissions sources in the borough). These emissions do not take into account emissions which are produced outside of Lambeth, for example, purchasing clothes in Lambeth, which have been imported into the UK, have emissions from cotton cultivation and garment factories overseas. These emissions can be referred to as “consumption-based…

… vehicles on our roads. Shifting how we travel towards walking, cycling and public transport, means that we can reduce the number of cars on our roads, reduce congestion (making bus rides quicker and more reliable) and improve our air quality. For those vehicles that will be necessary in the future, a switch to electric or other zero-emissions fuels will help to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions…

Copeland Borough Council

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… was to help members explain the one thing they want their fellow panel members to think about. Items chosen by the panel members included the following together with a brief explanation. Torch for bike - integrating transport strategy, better infrastructure for cycling as transport. Need to reduce car usage and carbon dependency, for cleaner air. Union jack on torch - when buying things, buy…

…. Bus pass - need for integrated simple transport system so more people use it and there are less vehicles on the road. But it needs to be simple with more integration. e.g. Melbourne with a bus pass with money on it that will cover all modes of public transport in area Planet Earth book - Alternative energy sources, use of geothermal energy, belief that this is the best source moving…

… be used to decarbonize economy - domestic, simple, reliable, smallest footprint. Hiking boot - need to change people’s mentality and thinking about going hiking/walking e.g. taking public transport rather than a car. Hard to use public The Copeland People’s Panel on Climate Change 2021 transport without losing independence, as transport system not enough to facilitate this Toy car…

… the money spent on car on better public transport options. Better trains instead of wasting money. Also, for physical and mental health. Water saving kit. Everyone should get water saving devices. Immediate savings from not having to process water and improve co2 by not wasting so much water. Herdwick sheep toy as it sums up Cumbria. One of the main businesses is farming and we need to think…

… locally to reduce carbon footprint from import. Mini USB Fan - represent wind power, looking at alternative energy use e.g. wind solar and tidal, representative of alternative energy source to carbon heavy sources such as fossil fuels for home and businesses Battery - future of our transport system, to save C. Side effects: needs to be mined, needs to be imported, 25% heavier than car…

South Lanarkshire Council

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… and access of housing • Council housing stock meets the energy efficiency standard by 2020 and the impact of fuel poverty and climate change on people is minimised Improve the road network, influence improvements in public transport and encourage active travel • South Lanarkshire’s road and public transport network enables the flow of people, goods, and services thereby supporting the local…

… sources include traffic management, the encouragement of uptake of cleaner vehicles, and increased use of public transport along with more sustainable transport methods such as walking and cycling. Healthy biodiversity supports sustainable development and benefits not only by providing us with clean air, water, food, energy, medicine, and building materials but also provides jobs and places…

… to transport systems. And some effects, like less cold-weather related illnesses and longer growing seasons for crops, are positive. However, as the Earth keeps getting warmer, the negative effects are expected to outweigh the positive ones. This decade has seen the warmest years ever recorded globally, and even the current 1ºC of warming is causing significant impacts to people such as serious…

… to deliver sustainable economic growth and secure the wider benefits to a greener, fairer and healthier Scotland in 2032. The draft Plan includes policies and proposals to reduce emissions from electricity generation, housing, transport, services, industry, forestry, peatlands, waste, and agriculture. Chapter 2 – Policy Background The concept of sustainable development has been around for about…

… solutions • Implement measures within the council’s fleet to contribute to the Scottish Government’s ambition of the decarbonisation of road transport • Continue to improve the efficiency of our business travel and promote more sustainable travel options for employees Outcome 1.2: The council is environmentally responsible in the procurement, use and disposal of resources. How can we…

Watford Borough Council

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… of Watford’s transport options. It will let people choose the best options for a given journey based on cost, waiting time and environmental impact. Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) Highways Service delivers a programme of transport improvement projects focusing on improving sustainable transport in the county – this is called the Integrated Transport Programme. The following schemes were…

…-to-2017 W B C S u s t a i n a b i l i t y S t r a t e g y - P a g e 7 | 44 LEADING BY EXAMPLE W B C S u s t a i n a b i l i t y S t r a t e g y - P a g e 8 | 44 “We’ve been committed to reducing our carbon footprint for several years now, with successful recycling and home insulation schemes in place, good access to public transport and several award…

… is in the lowest category. Due to the urban nature of the borough, its good public transport links, a lack of major industry and high population density the boroughs emissions are comparatively low. Figure 2: Local Authority emissions (kt CO2) Data supplied from: UK National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory 2017 Reducing Energy Use and Emissions https…

… method of public transport. The scheme will operate via a free, easy to use smartphone app and the operator will also provide an online (web-based) and telephone service for those without access to a smartphone. Travel app (launches January 2020): Revolutionising the way we travel across the town a free to download and use ‘Travel Watford’ app will be available to bring together all…

… Partnership of Hertfordshire bus and passenger transport operators and local authorities. HCC are currently considering the introduction of an enhanced partnership plan and scheme. The aim of this will be to have more control over the service providers and will also incentivise fleet modernisation. The plan will also be to introduce ANPR data, real time timetabling data, mobile apps etc. to enable…

London Borough of Croydon

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transport system in London. The mayor of London’s draft Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Strategy sets out the following aims which will guide the actions presented in this action plan: ‘By 2025 London’s transport system will excel amongst global cities with low carbon infrastructure and access to ever more low carbon transport options’ (Delivering London’s Energy Future, 2010…

…) This will be achieved through the following policies to: • encourage a modal shift towards more sustainable modes of transport, discouraging private car use • ensure public transport systems are operated effciently, improving driving techniques and raising awareness of fuel effcient driving styles • promote the use of low carbon vehicles, technology and fuel These key policies are already being delivered…

Transport Strategy and the targets set within it for a 34% reduction by 2022 based on a 1990 baseline, and aligned with the DfT Strategy to 2022 and the 2008 Carbon Budget. It will also ensure that a suffcient contribution is made to the Mayor of London’s target for a 60% London wide CO2 emission reduction by 2025. Croydon Road Transport CO2 reduction (KtCO2) based on a 2005 baseline (DECC NI 186…

… following Croydon’s 2025 34% CO2 emission reduction target 1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 C ar bo n di ox id e (k t/ C O 2 ) 20 05 20 06 20 07 20 20 20 15 20 25 ˜ Road Transport ˜ Domestic ˜ Industry and Commerical ˜ Road Transport ˜ Domestic ˜ Industry and Commerical target target target Croydon Climate Change Mitigation Action Plan 4…

… in the future. From the graph above we are able to estimate overall CO2 reduction in the borough since 2005 which includes reduction through national and local initiatives. Between 2005 and 2007 there has been a saving of 2.24% in the residential sector, an 8.57% reduction in the industrial and commercial sector and a 1.43% reduction in the transport sector. Through the assessment of how we are to meet…

Wokingham Borough Council

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… for domestic electricity, 186.9 ktCO2 for domestic gas usage and 10.8 ktCO2 for usage of other fuels. Transport emissions contribute to 184.08 ktCO2 (32%). A roads account 76.7 ktCO2, minor roads 97.7 ktCO2, other transport modes 9.7 ktCO2. This figure excludes sectors that are completely beyond the council’s scope of influence. For example, the emissions from major transport links (M4) (156 ktCO2…

… and on many of the below actions, both positively and negatively. The council recognises the importance of maximising the benefits from aspects of the pandemic such as home working and better technology, while addressing concerns over public transport, to utilise this as an opportunity for positive changes. Inflation in the past six years has meant the council has worked to reduce costs to be more…

planning based on predicting future demand to provide capacity, towards planning that sets an outcome communities want to achieve and provides the transport solutions to deliver those outcomes. Wokingham Borough Council - Climate Emergency Action Plan Page | 6 The Hydrogen Strategy examines the potential to provide energy, not just for vehicles, but as a renewable energy source…

… Domestic Total Transport Wokingham Borough Council - Climate Emergency Action Plan - Working Document Page | 8 Future Emissions The trajectory of carbon emissions for Wokingham Borough has been steadily decreasing since 2012. This is partly due to Central Government targets to increase the renewable energy infrastructure nationally and technological advances leading to greater…

… opportunities to work with the Government and private sector on pilot projects, crowdfunding, grants and loans or joint projects. Wokingham Borough Council - Climate Emergency Action Plan - Working Document Page | 9 Section Savings Transport 1 50% Reduction in ICE private car mileage 1.1 33% From EVs Registered 44,957 1.2 5% From Reduced travel 6,812 1.3 2% From Public

London Borough of Brent

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…. In July 2018, the UK Department for Transport released a routemap, ‘The Road to Zero’ , which outlined its strategy for decarbonising the road transport sector, as part of the Government’s Industrial Strategy. Most common method of transport for trips in Brent (prior to COVID-19) 36% Public Transport 32% Car/Motorcycle 28% Walking 2% Cycling 2% Other https…

… of the council’s Long Term Transport Strategy will take place in 2021 and provide the strategic vision for this, in alignment with the aims of this strategy. We will also continue to liaise with local groups such as the Brent Cycling Campaign on what can be delivered to ensure an increase in cycling across the borough. Read More Supporting documents: Long Term Transport Strategy Draft Transport Recovery…

… Plan Cycling Strategy Walking Strategy Air Quality Action Plan https://www.brent.gov.uk/media/16415925/eb_t_03-brent-long-term-transport-strategy.pdf https://www.brent.gov.uk/your-community/coronavirus/changes-to-council-services/transport-and-streets/ http://democracy.brent.gov.uk/documents/s36352/Cycle%20Strategy.pdf https…

…, and where change can be observed more easily. The majority of carbon emissions from homes, buildings and road transport sources come from privately owned sources. We will seek to lead by example and will provide the necessary leadership on these issues, but we cannot fund or directly intervene to guarantee the scale of the change required. Genuine, practical change will require individuals…

… the green economy • Creating a resilient and green London The Key Themes The Key Themes Consumption, Resources and Waste Transport Supporting Communities Nature and Green Space Homes, Buildings and the Built Environment The Key Themes 11 Key Theme 1 – Consumption, Resources and Waste Our Objective By 2030, our communities will be living more sustainably: consuming less…

Isle of Wight Council

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… ........................................................................................................... 45 11.3 Island Energy Actions ................................................................................................... 46 12 Transport outcomes .................................................................................................. 48 12.1 Key benefits of changing transport methods and infrastructure ..................................... 49 12.2 Progress to date…

… ........................................................................................................... 49 12.3 Island Transport Actions ............................................................................................... 51 13 Housing Outcomes .................................................................................................... 58 13.1 Key benefits of changing energy use and efficiency in housing ..................................... 59 13.2 Progress to date…

… .................................................................................................. 46 Table 10. Island outcomes: transport ............................................................................................. 52 Table 11. Island outcomes: housing .............................................................................................. 61 Table 12. Island outcomes: environment…

… https://unfccc.int/process-and-meetings/the-paris-agreement/the-paris-agreement 13 identify the emissions reductions required across the island’s residential housing, business, transport, and land use. This study demonstrated the challenge ahead of us and made clear that different target dates would allow the Island greater flexibility and achievability in meeting its goals…

… • Energy outcomes The council will seek projects and partnerships to maximise energy efficiency and renewable energy generation through a smart energy network • Transport outcomes The council will review transport options on the Isle of Wight to ensure future plans are in line with net zero targets • Housing outcomes The council will assist private homeowners and landlords and new housing…

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