Scottish climate policy framework 'in jeopardy', CCC warns

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Scotland must up its climate policies in order to achieve its ambitious target of slashing 75 per cent of emissions by 2030.
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Scotland must up its climate policies in order to achieve its ambitious target of slashing 75 per cent of emissions by 2030.

CCC's annual progress report on the Scottish Parliament's climate efforts commends the country for its ambitious targets, but warns strategy for delivering net zero emissions remains unclear

Scotland is at acute risk of failing to meet its ambitious emissions reductions targets, a new report from the Climate Change Committee (CCC) has warned. The CCC's annual progress report on Scottish...

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