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Including 4 closely related terms such as waste, waste reduction, and waste collection.

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London Borough of Brent

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collection and biodegradable bin bags (CRW) 57 More collections and collection points for recycling Free bins (internal food caddies and bin liners) provided by council for every home Incentives for waste reduction and recycling behaviour for businesses 2. Support Use of Public Transport (T) 56 Incentives for tube, bus and trains Affordable transport and fares Encouragement…

… ................................................... 21 4.2. Exploring recommendations by themes .................................. 24 4.2.1. Consumption, resources and wasteactions for everyone 24 4.2.2. Existing and new buildings – insulation, adaptations and efficiency ...................................................................................... 25 4.2.3. Transport – making the case and making it easier ......... 27 4.2.4…

… and buildings 161 Nature & biodiversity 157 Planning policy and new development 97 Adapting to global heating 95 Renewable energy 66 Politics 40 4.2.1. Consumption, resources and wasteactions for everyone Four of the top ten recommendations related to consumption and waste. It was a theme more tangible and immediate than some, and where it was easier to P g N o Brent Climate…

… and incentivisation (e.g. around consumption and its impacts, about recycling and other positive behaviours); and through enhanced provision (e.g. of appropriate waste collection bins and biodegradable bags). There was also a neighbourhood element to this, with a high level of support for promoting community projects to limit and localise consumption and the generation of waste, including food growing…

… forward a set of actions for consideration, every member was asked to tour the room, read the actions presented and indicate which they thought should be prioritised (using a pack of 30 sticky dots each). Actions relating to consumption, resources and waste attracted most support, followed by transport. ‘Existing housing and buildings’ actions were third most popular. P g N o Brent…

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