More than half of Brits expect positive long-term impact from net zero transition

Stuart Stone
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Latest government attitudes poll finds public remains broadly supportive of net zero transition and keen to take individual actions to mitigate climate impacts

The government's latest Public Attitudes Tracker has found that around nine-in-10 Brits are aware of the term 'net zero' and a majority expect the transition to deliver a positive impact on the UK economy...

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