Glossary

Glossary Active travel: Making journeys by physically active means, like walking or cycling. Agroforestry: The interaction of agriculture and trees, including the agricultural use of trees. Anaerobic Digestion: A process through which bacteria break down organic matter, such as food or manure, without oxygen. Anchor Institutions:  Organisations like hospitals, local councils, and universities who are

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4. Our Proposed Responses 

4. Our Proposed Responses  This section presents our proposed responses grouped by the themes which the Assembly considered.   In developing our responses we have cross-referenced the Assembly’s recommendations with the Interim Devon Carbon Plan (IDCP) to ensure that new actions don’t duplicate pre-existing actions. Where necessary, we have proposed amendments to actions in the IDCP

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Net Zero Visions

We invite all residents of Devon to attend the first Net Zero Visions workshop. It will provide an introduction to the Net Zero Visions project and next steps, feature inspiring presentations from Dr James McKay, University of Leeds, ’The Man Who Draws the Future’ and Net-Zero Task Force members and other experts, plus introductions from communities and the commissioned creatives. Thursday 27th

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Glossary

Active travel: Making journeys by physically active means, like walking or cycling. Agroforestry: The interaction of agriculture and trees, including the agricultural use of trees. Anaerobic Digestion: A process through which bacteria break down organic matter, such as food or manure, without oxygen. Anchor Institutions: Organisations like hospitals, local councils, and universities who are often

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Foreword by the Devon Climate Emergency Response Group

Foreword by the Devon Climate Emergency Response Group In May 2019, the Devon Climate Emergency partnership formed to declare and respond to the climate and ecological emergency in Devon, including Plymouth and Torbay. Our members include public bodies representing the people of Devon, private sector interests, environmental organisations and academic institutions.  The partnership remains committed

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