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West Norfolk carbon emissions reduction outlined as Climate Concern meeting set to be held in King's Lynn




Carbon emissions have been reduced by 25 per cent since 2015 within the borough according to new council findings.

West Norfolk Council completed a carbon audit in January which highlights how overall carbon dioxide emissions decreased from 6,183.4 tonnes in 2014/15 to 4,632.4 tonnes in 2018/19.

The figures, released by the council’s Environment and Community Panel, are announced as a draft climate change policy is being developed by the authority.


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