Devon Carbon Plan

The Net-Zero Task Force are creating an evidence-led Devon Carbon Plan which will consider the earliest, credible date which should be set for net-zero emissions.

Have your say. Read and respond to the Plan.

Your searched for the tag: individuals

6. Cross Cutting Themes and Issues

6. Cross Cutting Themes and Issues The Net-Zero Task Force has attempted to look at the whole picture in assessing how Devon can reduce its emissions to net-zero. We have tried to consider how sectors, such as energy and transport, interact and relate ...
Read More

7. Economy and resources

7. Economy and resources Devon’s economy: just, smart, circular, regenerative and rich in natural capital Humans rely on planet Earth to meet our needs. It provides all our raw materials from the air we breathe, to food and iron ore for example, ...
Read More

9. Built Environment

9. Built Environment Making our existing and future buildings net-zero, comfortable, healthy and affordable to run.  Buildings and amenity lighting in outdoor spaces produced 42% of Devon’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2018, shared almost e...
Read More

8. Energy Supply

Energy Supply Increasing renewables, introducing flexibility and capturing carbon In 2018, 62% of Devon’s greenhouse gas emissions related to energy use in the form of electricity and fossil fuel in buildings, manufacturing and construction activ...
Read More

10 Transport

10. Transport Reducing transport need, switching to shared and human powered transport Transport accounts for 31% of Devon’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.1 The sector is the single largest emitter of GHG across the County, which also reflects ...
Read More