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2011

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The scope for measuring emissions on a consumption basis, and how that might be worked into the carbon budgets regime, should be reviewed, Environmental Audit Committee, 11 October [1]


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Government publishes Carbon Plan which "sets out progress to date and assesses cost-effective next steps", 1 December [2]

UK Carbon Reporting Framework launches. The Framework "acts as a matchmaker between carbon reduction projects, such as community owned renewable energy installations or the energy efficient refurbishment of social housing and organisations wishing to support such projects in the UK." 3rd September [3]


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Local insulation rates published, 4 August [4] The top five performing local authorities under the CERT scheme over the past three years, in terms of percentage of housing stock insulated, are Kirklees (24.8%); Isle of Anglesey (22.5%); Carmarthenshire (19.2%); South Ribble (19%); Wyre (18.2%). The five local authorities that have seen the lowest percentage of the housing stock insulated over the past three years through CERT are City of London (<0.1%); Westminster (0.3%); Kensington and Chelsea (0.8%); Hackney (1.3%); Hammersmith and Fulham (1.6%). Figures released on 17 June 2011 showed that nearly half of Britain’s homes do not have adequate basic insulation. The figures showed that only 57% of Britain’s lofts had been properly insulated and only 58% of cavity walls had been filled.


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References

  1. parliament.uk, 11 October 2011
  2. decc.gov.uk, 1 December 2011
  3. ukcarbonreporting.org, 3rd September 2011
  4. decc.gov.uk, 4 August 2011

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