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The flight path to net zero

This paper makes recommendations for how the UK can make the most of aviation offset funding to meet domestic environmental goals, and ensure that aviation emissions are brought down to a level that can be sustainably met by carbon removals to reach net zero.
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Accelerating the electric vehicle revolution: why the UK needs a ZEV mandate

This document explains why accelerating the switch to battery electric vehicles with a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) mandate is crucial to cut emissions, save consumers money, and futureproof UK industries and jobs.
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Levelling up through circular economy jobs

In this report, the authors argue that greater UK government ambition for an effective and expanded circular economy by 2035 would create hundreds of thousands of new jobs across the country.
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Blueprint for a resilient economy

The authors set out the five essential building blocks that would support new long term UK employment opportunities, thriving businesses and a healthier, fairer society, whilst protecting against the potentially devastating future impacts of climate change and nature’s decline.
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The local climate challenge

This report explores some of the structural issues affecting local councils in the UK in their efforts to move to a low carbon economy.
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Design for a circular economy: reducing the impacts of the products we use

In this report, the legislation that has helped to drive greater energy efficiency is evaluated as well as recommendations to improve it. This includes ways to cut more energy and address resource efficiency to stop the UK getting through electronics at such an unsustainable rate...
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A greener tax system: the people's verdict

The authors of this report argue that the UK government needs an overarching vision and plan for tackling the environmental crisis. While they supported greening the tax system, they strongly believe taxes should not be the only measure. A wider package that also includes regulation...
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Closing the UK's green skills gap

This paper argues that training up the workforce will enable the UK government to marry its environmental aims with its economic and social ambitions.
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Not going the extra mile: driving less to tackle climate change

This report discusses the economic, environmental and social benefits for the UK to reduce the number of annual car journeys.
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Critical point: securing the raw materials needed for the UK's green transition

This document argues that by cutting energy demand, improving efficiency and keeping raw materials in use for longer, the United Kingdom can stay within its global fair share of resources.