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Clackmannanshire Council’s Year 5 SCCD Report. Rebecca Bell Sustainability Officer Clackmannanshire Council. Contents. Introduction inc. Highlights of the past year. Governance, leadership and management Own estate emissions Local authority area emissions Adaptation

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Clackmannanshire council s year 5 sccd report

Clackmannanshire Council’s Year 5 SCCD Report

Rebecca Bell

Sustainability Officer

Clackmannanshire Council


Contents

Contents

Introduction inc. Highlights of the past year

Governance, leadership and management

Own estate emissions

Local authority area emissions

Adaptation

Partnership working and communications

Priorities for the year ahead


Gathering the information

Gathering the information

  • What do I need to know?

  • What can I do myself?

  • What can other people do?

  • Who do I need to ask?

  • What do I need to ask them?

  • Where can I source external data?


Area wide emissions

Area-wide emissions

Total emissions

Per-capita emissions


Writing up

Writing up

  • Does the layout work?

  • Does the order work?

  • Does it make sense?

  • Does it cover everything we want to say?

  • Does it read well?

  • Does it tell us anything we didn’t know?

  • Is there a story we can tell from the data?

  • Are there any gaps?


Top tips

Top tips

  • Use the report to make the points you want to make

  • Keep it simple

  • Use the guidance, but don’t be bound by the template

  • Know who you need to get the information from, and contact them early

  • Leave enough time to chase people and fill in any gaps

  • If there’s nothing to say, don’t say anything


Any questions

Any questions?

  • Rebecca Bell

  • Sustainability Officer

  • [email protected]

  • 01259 45 2582


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