Net Zero Now: University of London to 'crowdsource' zero carbon strategy

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University to convene meeting of experts in architecture, engineering and design to develop 2036 net zero target

The University of London will 'crowdsource' a new net zero emissions strategy from experts in green architecture, engineering and design, it announced this week. Over the next 20 years the University...

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