Cultural change can deliver huge climate benefits: Here's what the IPCC recommends

Michael Holder
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The UK's first vegan butcher opened in November 2020 in London | Credit: iStock
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The UK's first vegan butcher opened in November 2020 in London | Credit: iStock

The world’s top climate scientists have delivered a wealth of suggestions for driving lifestyle and behaviour change in support of the net zero transition - here are the key takeaways

The breadth of climate solutions contained within the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) latest landmark dossier is almost as formidable as the pace and scale at which they are so urgently...

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