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Brighton and Hove City Council

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… 30 Circular Economy 32 Adaptation 34 Carbon offsetting 36 Procurement Phélim Mac Cafferty…

… • Investigating alternative finance for climate action Oct 2020 Brighton & Hove Youth Climate Assembly • Developing the circular economy especially…

…/ Dec 2020 BHCC Circular Economy Routemap and programme for the city receives committee approval Further information and get involved Jan 2021 Council agrees grants for community projects which tackle climate emergency…

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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… High Thriving Green Q1 2022/23 Financial emissions, promote circular economy and reduce emissions through the Economy Services supply chain 25. Reduce carbon impact Ensure an environmental approach…

… but is not limited to: Pre-publication consultation on draft plan and Communities - Encourage circular economy consultation on the draft Local Plan: Q2 2021/22 - Explore going beyond London Plan standards…

… - require whole lifecycle emissions assessment from developers, circular economy statements and contributions to the costs of monitoring energy efficiency in line with the GLA’s ‘be seen’ hierarchy and monitoring guidance. 61. Our streets 62. Changing our…

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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… Council: Becoming carbon neutral as an organisation by 2030 15 Our legacy: Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Efficiency 22 Our waste: Waste and Plastics and the Circular Economy 29 Our air: Improving Air Quality 35 Our nature…

… the overheating. Circular Economy across the borough. Our key target is to be fully prepared for flooding. Our key target is to reduce the amount of waste generated in the borough Our air: Improving Air Quality – We will develop and deliver an ambitious air quality plan that will make a meaningful change to air quality in the borough…

… local authorities to decrease their emissions or set a organisation to run effectively. Procurement will play target for being carbon neutral, local authorities are an important role in developing and promoting a plugged into a dense network of overlapping policy Circular Economy, with a greater emphasis required requirements and frameworks…

City of Edinburgh Council

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… ......................................................................................................................................................... 25 Business Travel ........................................................................................................................................ 31 Staff Engagement ..................................................................................................................................... 36 Procurement and Circular Economy

… of carbon dioxide that would produce the equivalent global warming potential. Carbon Footprint A carbon footprint is the sum of all emissions (in CO2e), which were produced by an individual or organisation in a given time frame. Usually a carbon footprint is calculated for the time period of a year. Circular economy A circular economy is based on the principles of designing…

… out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems. Looking beyond the current take-make-waste extractive industrial model, a circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. (Source: Ellen MacArthur Foundation) Climate Change Climate change…

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

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… 22 4. Initial action plan - 2020-25 29 Circular Economy 30 Energy 31 Natural Environment 33 Transport…

… heating fuels (homes) Page 5 Strategic themes We have structured our strategy around four key themes to focus strategic action on areas we have control over at a local level: Circular economy

Circular Economy refers to more sustainable resource use. Attention will be focused on reducing waste, encouraging material re-use, increasing recycling and supporting less resource intensive lifestyles. Energy 67% of the borough’s emissions…

Kingston-upon-Hull City Council

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… strategy  Citizens Inquiry: Provide wider civil society input into 2030 target actions  Ensure that climate proofing is undertaken of all major investment in the city to align with the recommendations of the National Infrastructure Commission  Develop Circular Economy strategy for the city 8-V14-FINAL Place Hull is home to 260,000 residents…

London Borough of Wandsworth

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… Services disclosure of emissions, promote circular economy and Funding reduce emissions through the supply chain 20. Explore feasibility of increasing deliveries to the council Options investigated and developed…

East Dunbartonshire Council

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… goals; the Council will encourage socially- responsible business models and adoption of circular economy principles across the business community and will lead by example by demonstrating efficiency in its day-to-day operations. These objectives do not always exist in perfect harmony, and it is important to ensure that progress on one front does not compromise progress on others. However…

East Devon District Council

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…. There will be significant cost implications but these are unknown at this stage. Adopt the Circular Economy approach of refuse; reduce; reuse and recycle, whilst continuing…

…. issues in relation to carbon and Support and encourage local purchasing and the development of local supply chains. other greenhouse gas emissions. Promote and encourage new business models focused around the Circular Economy. Build the commitment to sustainable procurement in both the public and private sectors. There will be cost…

… recycling. EDDC CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN 2020 – 2040 (Ten Point Plan v7) MITIGATION Encourage refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle and reduction – The Circular Economy. September AH Embed the circular economy in 2019…

Three Rivers District Council

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… are in retreat. The biodiversity objectives will ensure that options to reverse this trend are considered and implemented. The high consumption throw-away society we live in is having devastating impacts on the planet and population. This Strategy will focus on enhancing the circular economy by aiming to increase reuse and recycling thereby minimising waste entering landfill. Water consumption in Hertfordshire…

… Sustainable Design and Construction o Reduce Emissions from Existing Buildings  Enhance and Protect Biodiversity  Reduce Water consumption and pollution  Climate Resilience and Flooding  Reduce Waste and Promote Circular Economy  Increase Sustainable Travel and improve Air Quality…

… https://www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/stateofnature 14 Reduce Waste and Promote Circular Economy Aim: To reduce the amount of waste produced and manage it sustainably through promoting a more circular economy “In 2015, about two-thirds of the material we scratched from the planet slipped through our…

Blaby District Council

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… to a Communities Circular Economy • Zero carbon homes. Ensure the • Minimise waste by applying the waste construction of truly sustainable, lifelong hierarchy in the priority order of: housing with an ambition for all new REDUCE, RE-USE, RECYCLE; with the homes to meet the ‘Passivhaus’ standard goal of eliminating waste…

…. or equivalent, achieving very high levels of energy effciency, incorporating on- • Support the development of a low carbon site renewable energy and using modern circular economy which employs reuse, methods of construction. repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing and recycling to create a close-loop • Support residents…

… effciency and a reduction in pollution intends to preserve the stock of material and waste, securing a clean, productive resources by minimising waste, promoting and biologically diverse sea and ocean and resource effciency and moving towards a protection and improvement of the global circular economy and tackling waste crime. environment. It identifes that one…

London Borough of Redbridge

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… the highest standards for domestic and non-domestic buildings are achieved. We will need to consider a circular economy, a whole life carbon approach and ensure renewable heat energy sources are considered from the start. For non-residential properties this means considering BREEAM Excellent standards, which would place our developments in the top 10% of UK new non-domestic buildings. For our ongoing HRA…

… Ongoing S.106. Continue to ensure new council residential developments incorporate the provision of solar panels. Jun-21 Request Circular Economy statements, whole life-cycle carbon assessments for major referable developments as well as energy performance data for all major developments from developers in line Jun-21 with New London Plan. Require developers to build net zero homes…

… and Jun-21 monitor actual operational energy performance. Incorporate circular economy statements reporting into planning conditions and/or S106 agreements. Jun-21 Incorporate and monitor whole life-cycle carbon assessments (WLCA) reporting into planning conditions Jun-21 and/or S106…

Dundee City Council

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…. People are consuming less and sharing more; community Re-Use is integrated with the high street Behaviours have changed and, combined with and recycling rates have exceeded the 70% target. technological innovations, residents are able to The Circular Economy is now part of Dundee with live within a smaller carbon…

… change, but are able to build on their assets improve resource efficiency whilst working and capabilities to help transform and adapt their towards a circular economy. surroundings for the benefit of the whole community, including those most vulnerable. For example, creating a green space in a neighbourhood may provide food esilience: Ensure our communities…

Glasgow City Council

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… produced a report, with input reverse biodiversity decline recovery from the Covid-19 and habitats, supporting a from expert and independent and build a more climate crisis. sustainable, circular economy

… ambitions for a economy restorative by concerns over access to raw impacts through localising wellbeing economy, enabling A part of the climate of the Climate Emergency circular economy in its recently intention and regenerative by materials and rising waste economies with communities the required infrastructural, emergency working…

… group Working Group in this area approved and adopted its design. In a circular Glasgow, disposal costs. Allied to these and creating and retaining economic and cultural recommendations, ambitious and will continue to support innovative Circular Economy waste will be eliminated by concerns are also the enormous wealth…

London Borough of Sutton

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… in winter, cool in summer, and well insulated. We will reduce waste and create a circular economy, with options to reuse, repair or re-manufacture the things we buy. We will be able to withstand heat waves, droughts and flooding caused by climate change. Everyone will know and play their role in reducing their impact on the environment. 6 | Sutton’s Environment Strategy…

… emissions. CLEANER AIR Take action to tackle fuel poverty. By March 2022, 48% of journeys in Sutton will be made by walking, cycling or public transport, rising to 63% by 2041. CREATING A Meet the air quality standards as soon as possible. CIRCULAR ECONOMY

…SUTTON’S ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY 2019–2025 & CLIMATE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN CONTENTS Foreword - Cllr Manuel Abellan 3 Foreword - Cllr Ben Andrew 5 The Vision 6 Be part of this! 8 Cleaner air 12 A greener borough 16 Achieving net zero carbon 20 Creating a circular

Surrey County Council

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… BUILDINGS AND 33 INFRASTRUCTURE WASTE, RESOURCES 37 AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY LAND USE AND 41 FOOD SYSTEMS INDUSTRY…

Lewes District Council

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… Climate Change and Sustainability Strategy UN Sustainable Development Goals Alignment LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: • Circular economy • Agriculture & Food •S ustainable Transport •C…

… Action Area: LDC Action Area: LDC Action Area: • Energy & the built • Cross-cutting themes •C ross-cutting theme •C ircular Economy & • All action areas and • Circular Economy & environment • Circular economy & •E…

… • Expert Panel • Climate Action Forum • Circular Economy & Community Wealth 13 Climate Change…

Bradford Metropolitan District Council

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… sustainable construction materials. The university offers the world’s only MBA focussed on the circular economy, aiming to use resources and energy more effectively. Geography. The District’s physical geography offers significant potential for the generation of renewable energy, flood alleviation and carbon sequestration measures and community engagement in environmental, biodiversity and local food…

… and an expansion of the associated charging infrastructure, which will cut carbon and improve air quality.  Flood alleviation – on local moorland. Circular economy and sustainability are major themes in key strategies e.g. the Economic Strategy and Housing strategy, alongside key regeneration schemes that focus on brownfield sites and reduce reliance on remote out-of-town locations, private car travel…

… and ensuring that the natural resources needed for life are unimpaired and remain so for future generations.  Achieving a sustainable economy. The Council, with its partners, is committed to growing a dynamic, sustainable, inclusive economy fit for the future. This includes seeking to create a safe, zero waste and circular economy in which our young people can find fulfilling livelihoods and have…

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