How business and government can team up to tackle 'transition poverty'

Cecilia Keating
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How business and government can team up to tackle 'transition poverty'

New research explores how government can 'design out inequalities' in net zero policymaking, as it warns current climate policies could hurt some of the UK's poorest households

Researchers have raised the alarm over how the UK's current suite of net zero policies could make "the poor poorer" and "push struggling communities further into deprivation and exclusion". Funded by...

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