Report: UK requires 'substantial and sustainable' behaviour change to hit net zero

Cecilia Keating
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The public-private Energy Research Partnership warns all new decarbonisation incentives must include 'behaviour change enabling plans' for both corporates and the public

Achieving net zero emissions will require a "cultural revolution" of information-driven decision making, visible peer pressure, and strong government policies that encourage behaviour changes that deliver...

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