Climate change is a key priority for Derbyshire County Council and whilst the level of Carbon emissions in metric tonnes per capita has fallen since 2010, the overall rate in 2019 (5.2%) remained higher than England (4.1%).
The amount of unrecycled household waste has risen in Derbyshire for 2019/20. The latest statistics show that there remains 537.0 kilograms of unrecycled waste per household, higher than the amount per household for England (529.0 kilograms).
Derbyshire’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report 2020 to 2021
Derbyshire’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report 2019 to 2020
Derbyshire’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report 2018 to 2019
Derbyshire’s Heat Mapping and Energy Masterplanning AECOM, part 1
Derbyshire’s Heat Mapping and Energy Masterplanning AECOM, part 2
Derbyshire Environment and Climate Change Framework – October 2019
Derbyshire County Council – Carbon Reduction Plan – October 2019
Derbyshire’s Waste Strategy – 2013 to 2026
Local Flood Risk Management Strategy – July 2015