UK unlikely to hit net zero target
The UK’s target to hit net zero emissions by 2050 is unlikely to be met unless policies are implemented.
In June this year, the UK became the first major economy to pass a law holding the government accountable for bringing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. This will replace the 2008 Climate Change Act which set an original goal of an 80% reduction in emissions.
The Science and Technology Select Committee has informed the government on the need for climate policies to be rapidly implemented in order to hit the target. The committee believe that the efforts made by the government to reduce emissions has been “unacceptable”, including cutting grants for low emission cars, frozen fuel duty and the continuing rise in price of public transport.
Committee chair, Norman Lamb, has said that the UK is not on track to meet its 2030 goal, never mind becoming net zero.
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