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Pendle Borough Council

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… through Pendle. Ensure all development plans commit to carbon offsetting measures to reduce the overall impact to zero. John Halton Mar 2022 Reference made as appropriate in first draft of the Local Plan (Part 2), which is due to be considered by P&R on 26 November Actions we will take in partnership 1.4 Support and enable a green transport infrastructure Develop new cycle…

… or feasible Provide information and materials to educate and engage businesses with low carbon sources of heating Hassan Ditta Mar 2022 Ensure the Council’s own estate’s energy efficiency is maximised through improved energy management Bruce Corden Mar 2021 Achieved carbon reduction in 2019/20 for our building stock Ensure low cost technologies such as LED lighting are rolled out…

… across the council estate, including parks and open spaces, as well as included in new developments, to reduce energy use Bruce Corden Mar 2021 Support private landlords to improve eco-standards and reduce domestic emissions Paul Lloyd Mar 2021 CHiL programme operating in Pendle Develop and implement a Pendle Home Energy programme via CHiL Paul Lloyd Mar 2022 Climate Emergency…

Tandridge District Council

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… and managing our emissions. Organisational Emissions Reduce, and effectively manage organisational emissions. 1 Mar 2021 (first iteration) Switch the Council’s supply to a ‘green’ tariff that guarantees energy from renewable sources Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions. 1 Mar 2022 Undertake a zero-carbon pathway and feasibility assessment for the Council Offices…

… Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions. 1 Mar 2021 Undertake a zero-carbon pathway and feasibility assessment for the Warren Lane Depot Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions. 1 Mar 2022 Undertake a zero-carbon pathway and feasibility assessment for the Council’s housing stock Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions. 1 Mar 2022

… 1 Year 1 = date of plan approval to end March 2022, Year 2 = April 2022 – March 2023, Year 3 = April 2023 – March 2024 etc. Page 5 of 9 Initial Action Strategic Priority Change Outcome Action Priority Completed by Develop a business case for all Council vehicles to be powered by electric or other low carbon alternatives Organisational Emissions Reduce organisational emissions…

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council

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…. March 2022 June 2021 2 THEME TARGET TIMESCALE Sustainable Development Continue to pursue planning policies in the council’s emerging Local Plan that will facilitate the delivery of sustainable development through location, orientation, and design, and through the integration of measures such as Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS), charging points…

… possible. Phase 2 will be dependent on the outcome of the procurement exercise being progressed on a partnership basis with KCC. Phase 1 – Dec 2021 Phase 2 – March 2022 Air Quality Review Air Quality and put measures in place to reduce emissions. Continue to full implementation of a borough wide Anti Idling Campaign, to reduce emissions from idling engines…

2022 June 2021 5 THEME TARGET TIMESCALE Category 1 Excess Cold hazard present. Where necessary action will be taken to improve the energy efficiency and help reduce carbon emissions. Support our residents by signposting to information on energy efficiency and renewable energy measures and funding schemes so they can make informed…

Mole Valley District Council

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… to reduce MVDC’s carbon footprint by March 2022, to be achieved through the following measures:  Implementing energy efficiency measures, solar panels and air source heat pumps at Pippbrook and Dorking Halls  Installing solar panels and car ports  Reducing waste and increasing recycling and reuse from Pippbrook and Dorking Halls  Working with our existing contractors…

… to reduce their carbon footprint and ensuring new contracts focus on sustainability. Leased Buildings, 1767 1707 Operational Emissions, 1030 724 Procured Goods/ Services, 1365 1115 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 2025/26 2026/27 2027/28 2028/29 2029/30 Pathway to zero carbon Baseline 8 | P a g e…

… / target Cost Carbon Impact Own operations (O) or District wide (D) Timescale  Meadowbank  Dorking Sports Centre  Leatherhead Leisure Centre Develop a business case for all Council vehicles to be powered by electric or renewable fuel sources. Business case developed. Target: 7 out of 19 vehicles replaced by March 2022 Existing Enabling O (Scope 1) 2021/22…

Scarborough Borough Council

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…  Investigate the impact of reduced cutting frequencies,  including a business case for cut‐and‐collect mowing  machinery.  Parks  2022/23                                                                                       3.2 Decarbonise the Council estate through energy efficiency measures and utilising green energy.  The Council currently operates 14 properties that are heated…

… for  rooftop solar PV.  Asset  Management 2022/23 3.2.7  Explore the potential for a solar farm on large Council  sites.  Asset  Management;   Estates and  Strategic Land 2022/23 3.2.8  Explore the efficacy of water efficiency and water harvesting technologies for office restrooms and public  conveniences.  Asset  Management 2021/22…

… Ref Action  Department  Timescale 3.3.1  Continue to promote virtual meetings with external partners in place of travelling to meeting sites. All  Ongoing  3.3.2  Explore the potential of procuring EV pool cars for  business travel. Transport  2022/23 3.3.3  Promote public transport as the first option for business travel.  All  Ongoing  3.3.4  Ensure minimising commuting and business…

Wiltshire Council

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… February 2022 CLIMATE STRATEGY 2022-2027 WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS WILTS CAN DO THIS Foreword Our world is changing around us, with increasing temperatures, extreme weather…

… with the level of response we received to our consultation on this strategy in Autumn 2021. This final version is a longer document which incorporates feedback from the more than 1000 residents and stakeholders who responded. Wiltshire Climate Strategy 2022 - 2027 Cllr Richard Clewer, Leader 3 Introduction In February 2019, against a backdrop of increasing concern over climate change…

… process. This demonstrated overwhelming support for all our climate objectives and a strong desire for the council to show leadership and do more, faster. A summary of the consultation feedback is available in the council’s Cabinet papers for 1 February 2022. The Wiltshire Climate Alliance was formed in 2020 as an umbrella organisation for environmental groups across the county. These groups…

North Norfolk District Council

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… that we now propose to take over the two financial years 2022/23 and 2023/24. Not only will they have a targeted impact on our emissions, but many elements of the Climate Action Plan targets are based on an “invest to save” philosophy. In the years ahead we will then update the Strategy annually, always looking two full years ahead, so we maintain the trajectory we need to follow to meet the 2030…

… 4.5 Leased buildings 26 4.6 Water 27 4.7 Council contracts 28 4.8 The Council’s own waste 29 5 The Climate Action Plan 2022-24 31 6 The wider regional challenge 35 6.1 Addressing climate adaptation 35 7 A role for us all 40 7.1 If you live in North Norfolk 41 7.2 If you visit North Norfolk 41 7.3 If you go to school in North Norfolk 42 7.4 If you run…

…. They are electricity purchasing, gas use, our vehicles, business travel, emissions associated with the buildings we lease to third parties, water, waste, and Council contracts. For each of these categories, we explain the emissions baseline and how this has trended over the past three years. We then explain what we are proposing to do to reduce the baseline over the next two financial years, being 2022/23…

Telford & Wrekin Council

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… carbon neutralBecoming carbon neutralBecoming carbon neutral 11 Ref Action Completion year Estimated annual carbon savings (tCO2e) Status Update/Source of New Action 2 Implement new power settings and usage controls on laptops, monitors and printers to reduce energy usage when not in use December 2022 75 tonnes CO2e In progress Opened discussions with suppliers. Awaiting supplier information…

… of New Action 7 Define and implement an optimum flexible working pattern to reduce the carbon impact of staff travel and enable reduction in required office space as well as updating key employment policies such as flexible working to minimise the carbon impact of employees at work April 2022 To be determined following completion of accommodation review. Closing one core office…

… Update/Source of New Action 8 (n) Explore the possibility of having the Ecosia internet search engine, on desktops alongside the default search engine as a visible icon. December 2022 Ecosia use profits from every search to plant trees. New action Source of action: Member drop-in session. 9 (n) Install Ground Source or Air Source heat pump technology and improve the thermal efficiency…

London Borough of Islington

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… measures through our Energy Doctor in the Home service. • Winning Council of the Year at the Regional Energy Efficiency Awards for Greater London in 2018 and Council of the Year at the National Energy Efficiency Awards in 2019. • Deciding to decarbonise our Pension Fund’s investments by 2022, by reducing the fund’s exposure to carbon emissions by 75% and reducing the fund’s equities exposure…

… vehicle fleet and working with Transport for London ensured buses in Islington are clean. • Introducing 170 electric vehicle charging points, with over 400 electric charging points planned to be in place by 2022. • Introducing electric vehicles and trialling a range of low emissions vehicle technologies to reduce our fleet emissions. • Investing in energy efficiency measures at the Sobell…

… via borough planning (2020–2022). The Natural Environment and Waste Reduction and Recycling • Reduce consumption emissions by two thirds, focusing on food, clothing, elec- tronics and aviation (2020–2030). Following the adoption of this strategy, the council has agreed to hold an additional annual meeting of the Environment & Regeneration Scrutiny Committee to focus on tackling…

King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

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… generation. Currently we have agreed to switch to a renewable electricity tariff for our larger estate premises from the 2020/2021 financial year onwards. This will significantly reduce our overall emissions from scope 2 emissions. From the 2021/2022 financial year we anticipate the entire council estate to be on this tariff. This will reduce scope 2 emissions to 0 tCO2e. However, ultimately…

…. Additionally, we are developing a pilot tree planting project, seeking to option grant funding for the planting of trees in the 2021/2022 planting season. We may also need to consider alternative options such as carbon credits or similar schemes to deal with residual emissions. 6.9. Other: Procurement This council is committed to sustainable practices in all areas of our work. This includes…

… ready applications/projects. Property Services / Alive West Norfolk 2021 - 2022 tbc 4. Implement a building retrofit programme. Property Services / Alive West Norfolk 2022 - 2050 tbc 3 Vehicle Fleet 5. Adopt an EV/Hybrid first policy (unless the business case suggests otherwise). Open Space / Transport Manager 2021 - 2022 n/a 6. Conduct a green fleet review through the Energy Saving…

South Oxfordshire District Council

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… Climate Action Plan for South Oxfordshire District Council 2022-2024 Foreword Welcome to our Climate Action Plan for 2022-2024. This Plan outlines how we as a council will reduce our carbon emissions to reach our target of being a carbon neutral council by 2025. What does this mean? It involves reviewing our services and ways…

… Plan. Cllr David Rouane Leader of South Oxfordshire District Council Cllr. Sam Casey-Rerhaye Chair of the Climate and Ecological Emergencies Advisory Committee (CEEAC) Cllr Sue Cooper Cabinet Member for Environment, Climate Change and Nature Recovery Climate Action Plan for South Oxfordshire District Council 2022-2024 southoxon.gov.uk/climateaction 1…

… of our strategic approach to climate action, our reporting methods and then our action plan. Carbon neutral, or ‘net zero carbon’, means there is a balance between the carbon emissions released into the atmosphere and the amount of carbon emissions removed from the atmosphere. Climate Action Plan for South Oxfordshire District Council 2022-2024 southoxon.gov.uk…

Vale of White Horse District Council

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… Climate Action Plan for Vale of White Horse District Council 2022-2024 District Council Foreword We are really proud to present our Climate Action Plan for 2022-2024. Tackling the climate emergency is a priority for us and this Plan sets out how we will achieve our target of becoming carbon neutral by 2030, with a 75 per cent…

… Council Climate Action Plan for Vale of White Horse District Council 2022-2024 whitehorsedc.gov.uk/climateaction 1 https://www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/vale-of-white-horse-district-council/about-the-council/corporate-plan/ http://whitehorsedc.gov.uk/climateaction Welcome from Simon Hewings, Head of Finance, Vale of White Horse District Council…

… there is a balance between the carbon emissions released into the atmosphere and the amount of carbon emissions removed from the atmosphere. Climate Action Plan for Vale of White Horse District Council 2022-2024 whitehorsedc.gov.uk/climateaction 2 http://whitehorsedc.gov.uk/climateaction Policy Context There are a range of global, national, regional and local…

Newport City Council

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… Carbon Management Plan 2018 – 2022 Release: Draft Date: Author: Ross Cudlipp Owner: Document Ref: Version No: Table of Contents 1 Foreword…

… resilience and environmental impact. Every pound saved is a pound available to invest in services. This plan sets out the council’s vision, mission, objectives and strategy for carbon reduction from 2018 until 2022 and beyond. I will continue to work closely with the community, partner organisations, elected members and officers to ensure the council continues to work towards our…

… environmental benefits and ongoing financial benefits which will help the council, and therefore the city, to become more sustainable in the long- term. This Carbon Management Plan supports Objective 4 – Modernised Council in the regeneration, investments and housing service plan 2018-2022. It is strongly linked with the strategic asset management plan 2018-2022 that lays out the strategy…

South Lanarkshire Council

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…) Biodiversity strategies and plans Biodiversity Strategy 2018 - 2022 (PDF) Biodiversity Duty Implementation Plan 2018 - 2022 (PDF) Strategic Environmental Assessment Environment Report 2018 - 2022 (PDF) Strategic Environmental Assessment Post Adoption…

… Statement 2018 - 2022 (PDF) Biodiversity Duty Report 2018 - 2020 (PDF) Biodiversity Duty Report 2015 - 2017 (PDF) Sustainable development strategy 2012 - 2017 Sustainable development strategy 2012 - 2017 Sustainable…

… development strategy 2012 - 2017 (PDF) SEA - Sustainable Development Strategy (PDF) Sustainable Development Strategy - SEA post adoption statement (PDF) Sustainable development and climate change strategy 2017 - 2022 SEA screening determination (PDF) Annual Statement/Report…

Copeland Borough Council

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… Sustainability Strategy & Climate Action Plan 2022-23 Making Copeland a Sustainable Place “Any further delay in concerted global action will miss a brief and rapidly closing window to secure a liveable future” - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate…

… Change, 2022 Document Control Organisation Copeland Borough Council Title Sustainability Strategy & Climate Action Plan Version Draft Author Rob Ward Head of Nuclear, Energy & Sustainability Filename Copeland Sustainability Strategy & Climate Action Plan FINAL Owners Cllr Andy Pratt, Portfolio Holder for Environment and Inclusive Communities Pat Graham…

…, CEO Subject Climate Change Protective Marking N/A Review Date 2023 Revision History Version Renewed Date Reviewed Reviewed By Description of Revision Sustainability Strategy & Climate Action Plan 2022/23 March 2022 Rob Ward Draft for agreement Document Approval Version Approvals Date Draft Climate Steering Group 11/02/2022 Draft Corporate Leadership Team…

East Hertfordshire District Council

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… of the Gilston Area 2. Detailed Planning Permission for: alterations to the existing Fifth Avenue bridge erection of a new road, pedestrian and cycle bridge Listed Building Consent for works to Fiddlers Brook Bridge Jan 2022 On a monthly basis, this Action Plan is updated, reviewed by an internal Carbon and Sustainability Steering Committee and published on our website…

…. On a bi-monthly basis it is reviewed by attendees of our public facing Environmental Sustainability Forum. Action plan terms of reference Environmental Sustainability Actions and timetable Update - Jan 2022 Waste & Recycling Land use, agriculture, biodiversity Energy, water, resources Housing & planning Business & economic development Transport Action 1.0 Make changes…

… park once complete. 54 e-chargers are confirmed for installation. Completion is anticipated in early May 2022. ü ü 1.6.3 GASCOYNE WAY - (Hertford) Install e-chargers appropriate to demand identified during audit. 2 new fast chargers have now been installed bringing the total at the site to 6. ü ü 1.6.3.1 GASCOYNE WAY - Green Wall Project has previously been examined and external funding sought…

Essex County Council

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… outside of woodlands. As such, work has been undertaken with borough and district partners (Colchester, Harlow and Epping Forest) and ECC has one site of its own (Cressing Temple Barns) to deliver the planting and maintenance of 5,595 trees (some whips and some standard sized street trees). Revenue New Investment £220,000 2022/23-2025/26. £300,000 grant from Forestry…

… though initial consultation and is currently going through a revision process based on comments we have received. We expect that a final version of the document should be published this winter. This Initiative is supported by 2 Green Infrastructure Planning officers funded by ECC until April 2023. £680,000 drawdown from Climate Change Reserve 2021/22 to 2022/23 Sustainable land use…

… £1.925m 2022/23-2025/26. Local Nature Partnership We have been working closely with the Essex Wildlife Trust (EWT) the Royal Society For the protection of Birds (RSPB) and Natural England to set up a Local Nature Partnership. The LNP will pull together over 80 diverse groups and organisations to co-ordinate a countywide approach to levelling up the environment and identifying…

Eden District Council

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… the carbon management plan document and assess the potential retrofit / improvement that could be made in each EDC buildings to reduce our carbon footprint (2022). Find some funding to retrofit / improve / change our building to reduce our energy consumption. (Ongoing action). Internal Sustainable 1 Reduce by 10% our energy usage every year until reaching the minimum achievable…

…. . Increase staff awareness of carbon impacts and low carbon solutions Provide accredited Carbon Literacy Training to staff 60% of the EDC staff and members should be carbon literacy trained by 2022. Internal Sustainable 4.4 Sustainable Transport Sustainable Transport 2021-2023 Objectives Associated Actions Measurement/Target Internal or External Action Corporate Objective…

… Encourage the use of electric vehicles for work Introduce electric car charge points in the staff car parks Introduce electric pool cars or introduce electric car incentive Install 2 charging points in EDC parking for staff by end of 2022 Change our EDC vans for Electric vans by 2024. Implementation of electric car incentive by end of 2023 Internal Connected / Sustainable…

Dorset Council

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… Page | 1 Progress Report – Spring 2022 Page | 2 Page | 3 Introduction This report gives a summary of progress against the Climate and Ecological Emergency Strategy (CEES) adopted by Dorset Council in July 2021. The strategy contains over 40 objectives and 190 actions identified over the next…

… to decarbonise the council’s own estate, responsible for around a third of the council’s whole emissions. A further update on our carbon footprint will be available in Autumn 2022. Key progress and next steps Building retro fit • Secured £19m from the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) fund to support a retrofit programme - heating control upgrades, solar PV installations, LED lighting…

… upgrades, electricity infrastructure strengthening and heat pumps - all for installation by end June 2022. To include: • Over 40 roof mounted solar PV arrays tendered, designed, and installed, with an additional 50 due for installation before end of June 22 • Analysis of suitable properties for Building Management System (BMS) expansion completed - identifying 14 additional sites across estate…

Westminster City Council

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… points across the city delivered 100 renewable electricity purchased for council-owned sites and housing since 2020 100 retrofitted to be more energy efficient, healthier and more affordable to heat by March 2022 social homes 98 LED street lighting replacement programme is 98% complete, replacing over 14,000 streetlights, saving 50% on energy consumption Reduced…

… the carbon footprint of our equities by % and exploring routes to further reduce our future investment activities, in line with our Responsible Investment Statement £13m planned investment in energy efficiency upgrades to our corporate property by March 2022 0 emission deliveries Facilitated the creation of a micro- distribution hub at Park Lane Car Park to support Embedding carbon impact…

… analysis in our capital bid process from 2022 onwards, ensuring all proposals assess their carbon contribution. £110m committed from council Pension Fund to invest in renewable energy infrastructure 12km of new cycle lanes added around the city Our action towards net zero 2030 60 %% % Rolled out carbon literacy training to over and added climate action to staff inductions…

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