Monitoring

The Council will use the Climate Change Officer Group and Climate Change Member Group to monitor and deliver actions.

The Council will monitor the objective to be zero net carbon by 2030 by aiming for an average reduction of 250 tonnes (10%) per year, although this may vary on a year-by-year basis.

The Council will use the Climate Change Officer Group and Climate Change Member Group to monitor and deliver actions.

The Council will engage with the community on climate change issues.

The Council will maintain an up-to-date understanding of international and national agreements, plans, strategies and other climate change information.

The Council will use annual BEIS data to identify whether the borough has reduced its carbon emissions.

The Council will carry out an annual appraisal of its own carbon emissions to check whether they have reduced and regularly audit this process to ensure we are using the correct data and methodology.

The Council will monitor the rates of recycling achieved in fortnightly waste collections.

The Council will monitor the use of energy and water in our own buildings.

The Council will monitor the use of energy and water in council houses.

The Council will monitor the use of paper and printing in our own buildings.

The Council will monitor the hectarage of woodland and the number of street trees it plants and fells.

The Council will monitor the borough's biodiversity baseline.

The Council will monitor the success of the Environment Bill's biodiversity net gain policy once it is enacted.

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Published 11/02/2020