Citizens and scientists to plot visions for net zero future ahead of COP26

Cecilia Keating
clock • 2 min read
Cleaner air and boosted biodiversity are two of the benefits of the net zero transition | Credit: iStock
Image:

Cleaner air and boosted biodiversity are two of the benefits of the net zero transition | Credit: iStock

Government-backed project will see broad range of stakeholders collaborate on visions for what a net zero future could looks like for six regions around the world

The UK government has launched a project that will bring together academics, businesses, civil society, and citizens from around the world to draw out visions for a net zero future. Dubbed 'Visions...

To continue reading this article...

Join BusinessGreen

  • Enjoy exclusive news, insights and analysis from Europe’s leading source of information on the green economy and business.
  • Make smart, responsible business decisions with an eye on the latest regulatory and tech developments
  • Stay in the know with our overnight briefing, expertly curated help you run a competitive and sustainable business
  • Tap into our extensive archive of exclusive articles, news, analysis and guides
  • Choose from 3 paid membership levels or start a 7-day no strings trial

Join nowTry 7 day trial

 

Already a BusinessGreen member?

Login

More on Net Zero Now

Wind farms in the North Sea will soon power German steelmaking. Credit: RWE

RWE and ArcelorMittal ink major wind farm and green hydrogen deal

Partnership comes as Global Energy Monitor report warns steel industry faces $518bn of stranded assets unless measures to decarbonise are taken now

clock 24 June 2022 • 5 min read
'World's first zero carbon healthcare service': NHS Property Services unveils new Green Plan

'World's first zero carbon healthcare service': NHS Property Services unveils new Green Plan

New set of measures includes plan to offer empty spaces for use in the community and switching vehicle fleet to EVs

clock 22 June 2022 • 3 min read
View of the Alps from Aiguille du midi, Chamonix, France | Credit: iStock

Study: Alps could lose half its 'snow days' by end of the century

Changing climate threatens both winter sports industry and water availability across Europe

clock 21 June 2022 • 3 min read