A common misconception is that being carbon neutral means that there will no generation of carbon. There will still be carbon generated through carbon positive activities, however there will also be an increase carbon negative activities to make the city CARBON NEUTRAL.Well, in deference to 'the believers' I find this absolutely mind boggling:
Council Sets Target Of Carbon Neutral Glasgow by 2030 - Glasgow City Council
Glasgow has been set a target of becoming a carbon neutral city by 2030 following a decision of the council's City Administration Committee.
Have Glasgow City Council ever been to Glasgow? Oh.....
So that will be no more blue trains in and out of the city, no more buses in and out of the city etc.
Maybe they could ask Faslane for some spare nuclear generated power from one of the alongside boats.... Then again, maybe not!
Also, the place is (eventually) surrounded by fields full of (farting) cows and sheep - what is going to happen to all that food?
Nuclear generation is low carbon, especially if the plant already exists.
Meat farming can be in carbon negative way, it's just more time intensive for farmers.
Cows produce methane, not carbon. They produce most methane from burps not farts as they are ruminant animals.
Agricultural contributions to GHG are vastly overstated, it's the greatest tactic of deflection that oil/gas/coal companies have employed. Fields full of cows are lower emissions producers than the housing/commerical buildings that would be built in their place if cows disappeared.