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Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… contributing to climate change. Tree-planting is a typical example, although hedgerows, peat bogs, and some soils can also be used  Offsetting is the final stage of the net zero process. This allows the Council to offset unavoidable emissions by funding projects that will lead to equivalent greenhouse gas reductions elsewhere, either locally or globally. 4.3 Currently within the UK…

… the scheme for one year only at a cost of £15,000. 5 RISK ASSESSMENT 5.1 The approval of this report may have the following implications:  Resources - £15,000 to be funded from Business Rate Growth for year one of the Ribble Rivers Trust tree planting project and £1500 towards the One Carbon World Grant.  Technical, Environmental and Legal – None identified.  Political – None identified…

… The Council has received a request for funding support from the Ribble Rivers Trust for a woodland planting scheme. 4.2 The working group recognise that in order to become a carbon neutral authority by 2030 we need to look at three areas:  Minimising our greenhouse gas emissions  Sequestration - the process of ‘locking in’ greenhouses gases to remove them from the atmosphere, and hence from…

….  Reputation – None identified.  Equality & Diversity - None identified. 6 RECOMMENDED THAT COMMITTEE 6.1 Agree a grant of £15,000 for the Ribble Rivers Trust woodland planting project. Michelle Haworth Jane Pearson PRINCIPAL POLICY AND PERFORMANCE OFFICER DIRECTOR OF RESOURCES BACKGROUND PAPERS: REF: For further…


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