Lincolnshire vows a 22% cut in carbon emissions by 2018
Following an already successful plan of reducing its carbon footprint, UK’s Lincolnshire county council has set itself a very ambitious target, namely that of cutting energy spending and carbon emissions by 22% over the next five years.
Beside leading by example in the struggle to protect the environment, the council also hopes that this commitment will lead to some much needed relief on their budget, estimated annual savings reaching £7 million by 2018.
Some of the proposed measures for attaining this very ambitious goal include car-sharing initiatives, increased use of public transport, employing biodiesel in fleet vehicles, the use of biomass for heating as well as the implementation of energy efficiency measures in buildings.
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