Climate Assembly UK to consider Covid-19 impacts in final net zero policy discussions

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Climate Assembly UK's 107 members are set to deliver their final recommendations later this summer
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Climate Assembly UK's 107 members are set to deliver their final recommendations later this summer

Members gear up for final weekend of discussions before drawing up net zero policy recommendations later this summer

Members of the public appointed by Parliament to help decide on the most effective policies that could put the country on the path to net zero emissions by 2050 are set to take part in the final weekend...

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