Is the government giving itself the means to achieve its climate ambition?

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Reaching “net zero” by 2050 is the goal set by the British government. Net zero occurs when a country absorbs as many greenhouse gases as it emits. One of the main solutions to global warming. London may have given itself this ambition, but an independent climate committee publishes a disastrous report.

With our correspondent in London, emline wine

The UK government has given itself the end, net zero, in 2050, but not the means. This is the gist of the conclusion of the report of the Committee on Climate Change.

Main failure: Absence of large scale thermal insulation policy, the primary source of emissions for individuals. And the United Kingdom starts from afar, with particularly humid habitats. Still, reminds CCC, insulating homes is the most effective way to reduce electricity bills, which are exploding this year.

There is also no strategy to condemn the Committee on Agricultural Emissions. And much less awareness campaigns, to encourage the British to adapt their behavior – eat less red meat, prefer cycling in a car, fly less. The government confirmed three weeks ago that it had no intention of ” To pick yourself up for the environmental lobby ,

Without a sustainable strategy in place, the United Kingdom will not reach net zero in 25 years. But the CCC nonetheless underscores two good points: good production of renewable energy, and the popularization of electric cars.


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