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Bristol Low Carbon City Programme. Dr Lorraine Hudson Bristol City Council lorraine.hudson@bristol.gov.uk. Carbon emissions in Bristol. Overall sector split reported as baseline for indicator 186 44% industrial and commercial 36% domestic 19% local road transport

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bristol low carbon city programme

BristolLow Carbon City Programme

Dr Lorraine Hudson

Bristol City Council

lorraine.hudson@bristol.gov.uk

carbon emissions in bristol
Carbon emissions in Bristol
  • Overall sector split reported as baseline for indicator 186
    • 44% industrial and commercial
    • 36% domestic
    • 19% local road transport
  • Map of emissions from 2005 NAEI shows overall spatial distribution

www.naei.org.uk/datachunk.php?f_datachunk_id=180

emissions by sector and fuel
Emissions by sector and fuel

www.defra.gov.uk/environment/statistics/globatmos/galocalghg.htm

kick off workshop january 14th
Kick Off Workshop – January 14th
  • Huge amount going on in the city already
  • LCCP needs to make links & build upon this
  • Work should be coordinated through existing Partnership
  • Share best & worst practice
  • Link up communications
  • Focus on key actions
steering group
Steering Group
  • Bristol City Council
  • Bristol Partnership
    • Environment Delivery Group
      • Environment Agency
    • Green Capital Momentum Group
      • Centre for Sustainable Energy
      • Forum for the Future
state of play audits
State of Play Audits
  • Focus on public sector
  • Face to face meetings with 8 public sector organisations
  • Identify their needs, examples of best /worst practice & areas for joint working
  • Used outputs of audit to develop series of workshop sessions
lccp workshops
LCCP Workshops

6 ‘pick & mix’ sessions over 2 days:

Green ICT

Energy management

Communicating with the public

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LCCP Workshops

Sustainable procurement

Carbon footprinting

Communicating with and engaging staff

public sector partners
Bristol City Council

Bristol Partnership

Bristol Primary Care Trust

United Bristol NHS Trust

North Bristol NHS Trust

Avon IM&T Consortium

University of Bristol

University of the West of England

Learning & Skills Council

City of Bristol College

Environment Agency

Highways Agency

Vehicle & Operator Services Agency

Government Office of the South West

South West Regional Development Agency

South West Regional Assembly

Public sector partners
other organisations engaged so far
First Great Western

DHL

Bristol Ferry Company

Lyons Davidson

UNUM

Rolls Royce

Business West

Bristol Zoo

Watershed Media Centre

Bristol Natural History Consortium

Architecture Centre

Ethical Property Company

Forum for the Future

Envolve

CSE

Sustrans

VOSCUR

Trade Union Congress

Connecting Bristol

Nameless Media Group

Connecting Bristol

Avon and Somerset Energy & Env Management Group

Green Commuter Club

Other organisations engaged so far
next steps
Next Steps

Developing actions around outputs of workshops

Director level meeting with key partners

Business sector

Voluntary and community sector

Housing sector

Transport

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BristolLow Carbon City Programme

Dr Lorraine Hudson

Bristol City Council

lorraine.hudson@bristol.gov.uk