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Tees Valley has the largest integrated chemical complex in the UK | Credit: Tees Valley Mayor

Tees Valley has the largest integrated chemical complex in the UK | Credit: Tees Valley Mayor

Residents of Tees Valley and County Durham back improved climate and nature education, ring-fenced carbon taxes, ‘green bonds’ and higher spending to hit net zero in first of four citizens' climate panels convened by IPPR

It is widely acknowledged the next stage of decarbonisation of the UK's economy is going to require much greater participation by citizens. Unlike the decarbonisation of power, the greening of heat, transport,...

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