'This is not a scary transition': Six key takeaways from the CCC's net zero progress report

Michael Holder
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The government is running out of time to get the UK's net zero agenda on track, the CCC warns | Credit: iStock
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The government is running out of time to get the UK's net zero agenda on track, the CCC warns | Credit: iStock

In what is a crucial year for climate action in 2021, there CCC has today given the government much food - but little time - for thought - here are its top takeaways

Every year since its inception the Climate Change Committee (CCC) offers its verdict on the UK's progress against its climate goals, providing an overview of the country's decarbonisation to date, its...

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