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Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
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Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
Ok   Amt Study Tour   Climate Change In Craven
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Ok Amt Study Tour Climate Change In Craven

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  • 1. Climate Change In Craven Craig Wilson 1 st October 2008
  • 2. What is Climate Change?
    • Climate - The average weather in a locality, conventionally over a 30 year period.
    • Weather - What it is doing outside right now.
    • Mitigation - Slowing down global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
    • Adaptation - response to the predicted impacts of unavoidable climate change.
  • 3. Climate Projections for UK.
    • Changes in annual / seasonal averages
    • Hotter, drier summers
    • Milder, wetter winters
    • Rising sea levels
    • Changes in extremes (both frequency and intensity)
    • More very hot days
    • More intense downpours of rain
    • Shorter return periods for high water levels at coast
  • 4. National Impacts of Climate Change
    • 10 hottest Years on record since 1991.
    • Temperature Fluctuations cause infrastructure Problems (Tarmac, Railways)
    • Extended growing season.
    • Wetter winters (floods)
    • Drier Summers(Drought,Moor Fires)
    • Sea Level Rise
    • Health impacts (Cold related deaths down and Heat related deaths on the increase)
  • 5. What is a Carbon Reduction Officer
    • Focus Craven District Council on the Impacts of Climate Change.
    • Ensure Craven District Council complies with forthcoming Carbon reducing legislation.
    • Lead on the National Indicators (NI 185 and NI 186).
  • 6. Impacts of Climate Change. (Skipton Flood 2004)
  • 7. What is a Carbon Reduction Officer
    • Focus Craven District Council on the Impacts of Climate Change.
    • Ensure Craven District Council complies with forthcoming Carbon reducing legislation.
    • Lead on the National Indicators (NI 185 and NI 186).
  • 8. How Craven District Council is reducing its Carbon emissions.
    • Working with the Carbon Trust.
    • Using the Display Energy Certificates.
    • Limiting the speed of fleet vehicles.
    • Monitoring monthly fuel and energy bills.
    Example Only
  • 9. How the Craven District is reducing its Carbon Emissions.
    • LSP Climate Change Officer – engaging with residents, community groups and businesses.
    • Working the Energy Saving Trust – domestic energy surveys, advice and guidance.
    • Your Craven.
    • Climate Change Checklist.
  • 10.
    • Craig Wilson
    • Craven District Council
    • 01756 706311

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