Climate Assembly UK demands 'strong and clear' government leadership on net zero

Michael Holder
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Sir David Attenborough and CCC CEO Chris Stark were among guests during Climate Assembly sessions earlier this year | Credit: Fabio De Paola / PA
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Sir David Attenborough and CCC CEO Chris Stark were among guests during Climate Assembly sessions earlier this year | Credit: Fabio De Paola / PA

Assembly convened by Parliament of more than 100 members of the public call for urgency, fairness, and leadership to be at the heart of the net zero transition

The UK should end sales of fossil fuel cars within 15 years, rapidly scale up wind and solar power capacity, curb growth in air passenger numbers, use carbon labelling on consumer products, and encourage...

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