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Ceredigion County Council

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… complex, larger in scale and value, this may include carbon sequestration, tree planting.  Zero carbon working practices should now be embedded throughout Local Authority working practices  All new schemes, projects and developments in Ceredigion should be being delivered in a manner that contributes to our net-zero ambitions Wellbeing of Future Generations: Has an Integrated Impact…

… footprint it also recognises that however energy/carbon efficient its services become they will inevitably still have a residual carbon footprint. This situation is acknowledged by the ‘Net’ in the Net Zero Carbon equation, as it enables this residual carbon footprint to be compensated for by the generation of renewable energy and/or carbon offsetting (such as by the planting of trees). This can…

… in schemes designed to make equivalent reductions of CO2 in the atmosphere. Because one unit of CO2 has the same climate impact wherever it is emitted, the benefit is the same wherever it is reduced or avoided. Achieving verified carbon reductions could include investing in protecting rainforests in South America or, other global schemes and potentially, local actions such as tree planting, woodland…

… management and peatland restoration. This can be a complex issue and represents the option of last resort unless tree planting/peatland enhancement on Council-controlled land is yet to be deemed to qualify for carbon offsetting (Note: This to be confirmed when the Welsh Government publishes its land-use guidance as part of the carbon-neutral public services reporting framework). In recognising…

….  Work with LASER Energy & National Procurement Service to support greater procurement of energy from locally generated renewable-energy projects.  Explore the feasibility of, and identify land for, tree planting and other such measures (such as increasing the carbon store in soils and biomass) on Council-controlled land in order to contribute towards carbon offsetting.  Development…

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