We must not be naive about the societal disruption of the net zero transition

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Former MPs Caroline Flint and Dame Caroline Spelman, co-chairs of the new cross-party Getting to Zero programme, argue the UK's net zero journey must take into account vastly differing regional concerns

Twenty-nine years is not a long time. It took longer for politicians to approve a third runway at Heathrow and will take nearly as long to complete HS2. But twenty-nine years is the timescale we have set...

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