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A carbon budget for the Lake District National Park
15th October 2010
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This week, we met to discuss the idea of setting a carbon budget for the Lake District National Park. Helped by Mike Berners Lee, author of the fabulous How Bad Are Bananas, we have worked out how much carbon the Lake District needs to take responsibility for – and we’re working on how we can reduce emissions, tonne by tonne, year by year. I’ll publish Mike’s report here shortly.

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