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Eastbourne CO2 emissions


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  • 1. 21% 37% 42%EASTBOURNE CO2 EMISSIONS YEARS 2005 TO 2009
  • 2. Eastbourne CO2 emissions years 2005 to 2009 Kilotonnes CO2 Tonnes per person 600 9 8 500 7 6 400 Road Transport t CO2 5 EastbourneKt CO2 300 4 England Total Domestic 3 South East Total 200 2 Industry and Commercial 1 100 0 - Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 Yr 2009 Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 Yr 2009 How does this compare to UK Eastbourne • wide data in 2009? The number of tonnes 43 per cent of end-user emissions 1 per person per year to assigned to local authority areas 21% stabilise climate change were attributed to the industry and 37% commercial sector, The number of tonnes • 30 per cent to the domestic sector 4.63 per person per year • 27 per cent to road transport. emitted by There are wide local variations on this mainly 42% Eastbourne residents because of the economy and geography of different local areas.
  • 3. Eastbourne per capita emissions 2.5 Industry and Commercial Domestic 2.0 Road Transport 1.5 The number of tonnes per t CO2 1.0 1 person per year to stabilise climate change 0.5 The number of tonnes per4.63 person per year emitted by Eastbourne residents (2009) - Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 Yr 2009
  • 4. Road transport: Eastbourne per capita emissions compared to England and South East 3 Road transport emissions include both freight and passenger 2.5 transport, both private and for business purposes. The estimates 2 are made on the basis of the distribution of traffic. This means that t CO2Eastbourne some of the emissions within an 1.5England Total authority represent through traffic, orSouth East Total part of trips into or out of the area 1 whether by residents or non- residents. 0.5 0 Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 yr 2009
  • 5. Domestic CO2 emissions: Eastbourne compared to England, South East 3 National picture: In 2009, about 47 per 2.5 cent of domestic end-user emissions arose from gas use, 42 per cent from electricity, and 10 per cent from 2 consumption of other fuels. Between 2005 and 2009, there was a decrease t CO2Eastbourne 1.5 in domestic gas consumption of 16%.England TotalSouth East Total 1 0.5 0 Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 yr 2009
  • 6. Industry and Commercial CO2 emissions: Eastbourne compared to England, South East 4 3.5 National picture: the industry and 3 commercial sector had the highest 2.5 share of end-user emissions in 43 per cent of authorities. The domestic sector t CO2Eastbourne 2 the highest share in 32 per cent, andEngland Total the road transport sector had theSouth East Total 1.5 highest share in 25 per cent of 1 authorities. 0.5 0 Yr 2005 Yr 2006 Yr 2007 Yr 2008 yr 2009
  • 7. Slideshow by Gavin Barker KEY SOURCES Click to access source Dept of Energy and Climate Change Local authority subset dataYOU ARE WELCOME TO USE THIS SLIDESHOW TO EMBED INYOUR OWN BLOG OR WEBSITEIf you choose to amend or add to this presentation, please delete my name and delete thebackground picture for this slideshow (go to View>Slidemaster on the toolbar to replaceslide background with your own image )