DESNZ: Surface or substance?

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DESNZ: Surface or substance?

Delivering net zero will require a more radical reimagining of the role of the state than a department reshuffle, writes the Centre for Net Zero's Lucy Yu

For the very first time, the UK has a ministry that is exclusively focused on net zero and energy. Recent changes to the machinery of government have split the former Department of Business, Energy and...

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