Climate friendly council update

Argyll and Bute Council has reduced its carbon emissions by 27% over the past five years. Its carbon report 2019/20 shows that its emissions have dropped for the third year in a row, thanks to a wide range of actions.

The council will invest more than £1.2 million in action to save energy and deliver progress in becoming a net zero carbon emissions organisation by 2045.

In addition the council has agreed local actions to support the aims of the global climate change conference planned in Glasgow later this year.

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