13 Jun '18, 5pm

Scotland Hits Annual GHG Emissions Target Third Year Running

“Back in 2009, when Scotland’s first Climate Act was passed, there was no clear path to meeting the 42 per cent emissions reduction target and many were sceptical it could be achieved. Today’s results show that setting stretching targets works by driving innovation and strong policy delivery. This success, along with support from the public, leading scientists and farming groups, should give the Scottish Government the confidence to aim high once again and set a net zero emissions target, by 2050 at the latest, in the new Climate Change Bill.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2018/06/13/scotland-hits-annual...

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