The need to act on climate change is all the more urgent as the gas and economic crises take hold. If we are to deliver the UK government’s 2050 Net Zero target, we also need to radically change our behaviour, systems processes and lifestyles, says Alex Sobel MP.
As pressure mounts on government to act on the cost of living crisis, the long-term answers are inextricably linked to investment in a Net Zero future. The time for talking and targets has passed, the focus needs to turn to delivery. In late 2021, following the UN COP26 Conference in Glasgow, the Net Zero All Party Parliamentary Group (NZAPPG) published our Net Zero Road Map calling for measures that will usher in changes needed to get to net zero by or before 2050.
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