Reaching net zero emissions requires technologies we already know exist, so what's stopping the UK from scaling them?
One of the most frustrating things about the zero carbon transition is that most of the key technologies we need already exist or have largely proven themselves technically viable, yet greenhouse gas emissions...
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Party proposes a '10 year emergency programme' to slash emissions and put UK on track for net zero by 2045
Market forces alone will not be enough to drive widespread adoption of electric vehicles as battery costs unlikely to decline sharply in 2020s, study argues
They are not going to form the next government, but the Green Party manifesto remains a hugely important document