Pioneer communities: Six Scottish Islands announce net zero by 2040 goal

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Holyrood has chosen six islands to target net zero by 2040.
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Holyrood has chosen six islands to target net zero by 2040.

Holyrood reveals the six islands have signed up to Carbon Neutral Islands project, which aims to reach net zero emissions 10 years ahead of the rest of the UK

Could some of the UK's most remote communities show the rest of the country how to build a net zero emission economy? The Scottish government this week announced that the islands of Hoy, Islay, Great Cumbrae,...

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