Climate Change Series: Achieving Net-Zero – UK progress and principles for a resilient recovery
This session discusses the UK Government target of reducing greenhouse gas to net-zero and the progress made since then and the UK’s prospects for a net-zero and climate resilient economy post-Covid.
In June last year the UK Government legislated to update its greenhouse gas reduction target to net-zero. How are we progressing and what are the UK’s prospects for a net-zero and climate resilient economy post-Covid?
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) provides independent advice to UK Government and parliament. In this webinar, CCC Chief Executive Chris Stark presented on net-zero progress and direction. Chris also updated on the UK ‘rebuild’ following the COVID-19 pandemic - principles for delivering a stronger, cleaner and more resilient economy.
This webinar is suitable for all professionals, from those working within specific climate change roles, through to anyone with an interest in achieving net-zero transition.
*This webinar counts for 1 hour of CPD.
Achieving Net-Zero UK progress and principles for a resilient recovery - N, Blyth, IEMA & C, Stark, CCC - CLICK HERE
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