Net zero emissions targets have gained traction in the global effort to halt climate change. This briefing sets out the science behind net zero targets and the considerations that policymakers and industry leaders should take when adopting and implementing such targets to represent the highest ambition in both planning and delivery.
Destination Net Zero: Setting and Delivering Ambitious, Credible Targets
Elina Apine is a Research Associate in the School of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews. In this blog, she discusses benefits of nature-based solutions for ... Read more
Mudasir Yatoo is a Research Associate at Imperial College in London. In this blog ,presents the case for the rich advanced countries making their new hydrogen technologies freely available to the poorer regions of the world. Read more
Sarah Redicker is a postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Exeter. In this blog, she presents the viewpoint that rather than viewing migration as a last resort, we should actively align our efforts to maintain habitable places and provide people with choices. Read more