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Greenhouse Gas Regional Inventory Programme (2011) for TAYplan

Date 07/01/11

The University of Manchester ran its Greenhouse Gas Regional Inventory Programme (GRIP) jointly on behalf of TAYplan and Scottish Enterprise. The exercise examined present sources of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions in the region and used a series of workshops to investigate different ways in which emissions reductions could occur. The final output report set out the scenarios and the anticipated changes in CO2 emissions. This exercise informed the preparation of the TAYplan Proposed Strategic Development Plan (2011).

Supporting Documents

Title Datesort descending Author File Description Cost of Paper Copy
GRIP Study (2011) 01/05/11 University of Manchester

TAYplan GRIP Study (May 2011) was undertaken by the University of Manchester for TAYplan and Scottish Enterprise. It examines the possible contributions that various changes in behaviour can make towards meeting the targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions set out in the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009.