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TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE IN BRACKNELL FOREST. VINCENT PALICZKA DIRECTOR: ENVIRONMENT CULTURE & COMMUNITIES. NOTTINGHAM DECLARATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE. Signed by Leader & Chief Exec February 2007 Acknowledges climate change Supports UK Government targets

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Tackling climate change in bracknell forest

TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE IN BRACKNELL FOREST

VINCENT PALICZKA

DIRECTOR: ENVIRONMENT CULTURE & COMMUNITIES


Nottingham declaration on climate change
NOTTINGHAM DECLARATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE

  • Signed by Leader & Chief Exec February 2007

    • Acknowledges climate change

    • Supports UK Government targets

    • Includes partners and local communities

  • Climate Change Action Plan published October 2008

  • Progress report due April 2009


National indicators
NATIONAL INDICATORS

  • NI185* CO2 reduction from LA operations

  • NI186 Per capita CO2 reduction in LA area

  • NI187* Tackling fuel poverty

  • NI188 Adapting to climate change

  • NI189 Flood & coastal erosion risk management

  • NI194 Air quality - reduction in NOx & PM10 from LA operations

  • REPRESENTS ABOUT 3% of ALL NATIONAL INICATORS

    • A key issue for Government

      * Included in Local Area Agreement


Local area agreement targets
LOCAL AREA AGREEMENT TARGETS

  • NI185: CO2 reduction from LA operations

    • Establish CO2 baseline 2008/09

    • 4% reduction 2009/10

    • 6% reduction 20010/11

  • NI187: Tackling fuel poverty

    • Establish fuel poverty baseline February 2009

    • Reduce SAP 35 households by 1% p.a.

    • Increase SAP 65 households by 1% p.a.

      SAP – Standard Assessment Procedure (Thermal Efficiency)


Climate change action plan
CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN

  • 7 themes:

    • Leadership

    • Energy

    • Transport

    • Waste

    • Procurement

    • Adaptation

    • Raising awareness


Climate change action plan1
CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN

  • 9 aims

    • Reduce BFC greenhouse gas emissions

    • To meet LAA targets

    • To implement new policies to reduce greenhouse gases

    • To provide a focus for climate change

    • To support other strategies (eg biodiversity)

    • To encourage partners to engage in the agenda

    • To help prepare for the impact of climate change

    • To demonstrate the economic, social and environmental benefits

    • To change attitudes about the use of natural resources


La carbon management programme
LA CARBON MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

  • Carbon Trust Programme for:

    • Local authorities, NHS trusts, universities

  • Provides tools and consultant support to:

    • Establish CO2 baseline

    • Identify CO2 reduction opportunities

    • Develop a Carbon Management Plan

    • Embed carbon management in Council

    • Supports NI185: CO2 reduction from LA operations


La carbon management programme1
LA CARBON MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

  • Project Board established including:

    • Director EC&C (Project Sponsor)

    • Executive Member for Environment (Member Sponsor)

    • Chairman Environment Overview & Scrutiny Committee

  • Reduction target on 2008 baseline - 30% by 2012

  • Carbon Management Plan due March 2009

  • Executive approval by June 2009



Our buildings emissions
OUR BUILDINGS EMISSIONS

Figure 3.1 Departmental Energy

Consumption (Including CHP)

Figure 3.2 Departmental

CO2emissions




Meeting targets
MEETING TARGETS

  • The Carbon Management Plan will:

    • Identify projects to meet our target

    • Be corporate in nature

    • Be aspirational but achievable

    • Relies on Invest to Save (modified)

    • Range of continuous improvement and quantum change


Climate change partnership
CLIMATE CHANGE PARTNERSHIP

  • Approved by BFP Board

  • Formerly Environment Partnership

  • Integrate CC in BFP & Community Strategy

  • Support local CC strategies & action plans

  • Support CC champions in theme partnerships

  • Raise awareness & promote change in all sectors

  • Undertake partnership projects


Possible key actions for the partnership
Possible Key Actions for the Partnership

  • Monitor and support BFC progress in:

    • Delivering the Climate Change Action Plan

    • Meeting the objectives established in the LACMP

  • Championing Climate Change in Bracknell Forest:

    • Advocating the benefits

    • Encourage bespoke climate change action plans

    • Being a focus for community engagement


Questions discussion
QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION

  • Vincent Paliczka

    Director of Environment Culture and Communities

  • Colin Griffin

    Team Leader: Community and Environmental Development


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