CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION Stirling Council’s Approach Angela Heaney SSN Annual Conference 7 November 2013. Interpreting the PBD on Adaptation. Sustainable Development Strategy, 2006, Objective 1:
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“The Council will work to reduce the cause and effects of Climate Change in line with national targets”
Augustenborg Eco-Village, Malmo
Scandinavian Green Roof Institute
Major incidents in the Stirling Council area, 1992-2012 Since 1992, 17 of the 28 incidents logged were weather-related (61%). Between 1992 and 2001, 3 out of 8 incidents (38%)
Between 2002 and 2011, 12 out of 18 incidents (67%).
Winter Service Budget -
Overspent for every one of the last 6 years by an average £675,830/year.
Different types of urban households at risk of 1 in 200 year flood event
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