de-incinetivise the use of crematoria in funerary rites & promote green burial in brial woodlands
sevral studies across the UK show that many Local Authorities can trace their carbon foorprint as having biggest source of GHG emissons is council regulted or operated gas-fired crematoria. Many comments here advocate tree planting its a marveloussolution forhe climate natural habitat and social wlbeing. unproductive lan should be alocated to woodland and NRW and cosultants commisioned to undertake/ discuss an EIA environmental impact assessment to detemine a land that could be plabted as deciduoys woodland and be used in paralel as a green burial site oeral TCBC needs a climate chsnge strategy and climate chnge Officer to lead such possibilities
Why the contribution is important
muttiple benef its in one hit.
1 reduction of GHG emission
2 promotes restorative natural habitat
3 leads to tree growth that increaes sequstration of CO2 greater take-up of CO2 in growing trees
4 promotes metal wellbeing through giving public acess to natural woodlnd habitats if develped by community/ school project groups it has the power to educate and socialise mental health / well-being as wel as..
5 reate availbility to local communities of green eco- friendly end-of life processes. with potential to create more positive mental atitudes to deth and funerals
by profJohn on December 12, 2020 at 04:55PM