World leaders recently met in Glasgow for the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP26) with a goal of agreeing on solutions to the inarguably climat...
Net Zero goals must include a just transition
Creating a national and local framework for sustainability will not happen easily or quickly, and it requires strong support from government, writes Justin Kelly, Director of Corporate Communications and Business Development, Siemens plc.
Updated November 03, 2021 / Original November 03, 2021
By Justin Kelly
Director of Corporate Communications and Business Development, Siemens plc
November 03, 2021 | 2:26 PM GMT
The halfway mark has now passed between 1990, the year that countries who signed the U.N. Kyoto Protocol agreed to use as a benchmark for their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and 2050, the year many countries set as their target for carbon net-zero.
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