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2030 Carbon Neutral Programme

18/03/2021 - 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme

RESOLVED:

 

(1)         That the 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme be approved;

 

(2)         That the oversight of the Sustainability & Carbon Reduction Investment Fund (SCRIF) is transferred from the cross-party SCRIF Member Oversight Group (MOG) to the cross-party 2030 Carbon Neutral Member Working Group, and the SCRIF MOG is stood down;

 

(3)         That the 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme which is attached in Appendix 1 be approved;

 

(4)         That the transfer of oversight of the Sustainability & Carbon Reduction Investment Fund from the cross-party SCRIF Member Oversight Group (MOG) to the cross-party 2030 Carbon Neutral Member Working Group and the ending of the SCRIF MOG be approved;

 

(5)         That the updated draft Terms of Reference for the 2030 Carbon Neutral Member Working Group, which is attached in Appendix 2, and the ending of the SCRIF MOG be approved;

 

(6)         That the overall unallocated SCRIF resources to support the 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme is £7.118m, of which £3.9m will be allocated alongside the Local Transport Plan investment programme and £3.218m will be allocated through the SCRIF be noted; and

 

(7)         That the establishment of the Climate Assembly Action Capital Investment Fund of £1.404m to support the 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme be noted.


17/03/2021 - 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme

That the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee:

 

1)             Recommends the 2030 Carbon Neutral Programme to Policy & Resources Committee for approval

 

2)             Recommends to Policy & Resources Committee that the oversight of the Sustainability & Carbon Reduction Investment Fund (SCRIF) is transferred from the cross-party SCRIF Member Oversight Group (MOG) to the cross-party 2030 Carbon Neutral Member Working Group, and the SCRIF MOG is stood down.


 


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