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Ten Point Plan is landmark moment for UK’s Net Zero transition

The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has strongly welcomed the Prime Minister’s 10-point vision for the UK’s transition to Net Zero emissions in just 30 years. These plans will help put the UK on track to becoming one of the world’s cleanest economies while boosting business and creating thousands of jobs in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CCC says.

Lord Deben, Chairman of the Climate Change Committee said:

“Today, the Prime Minister has laid out his vision for a Net Zero UK. I am delighted to see the breadth of the Prime Minister’s commitment. This must now be turned into a detailed road map – so we all know what’s coming down the track in the years ahead. Our homes, the way we travel, our industries, our land, and all of us individually have a role to play as we strive to lead the world in tackling climate change. The good news is that we can also reap the rewards – improved health, a stronger economy, a boost for UK jobs and the ability to tell our children and grandchildren that the UK acted in time.”

Chris Stark, Chief Executive of the Climate Change Committee said:

“The plans announced today will transform Britain for the better, bringing new opportunities and new investment. This is our path out of the economic challenges created by the COVID crisis. And it is a set of commitments that will raise the UK’s credibility ahead of the pivotal COP26 climate summit next year. This is just the tonic as we look to 2021.”