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The Path to Net Zero: A special report to mark Net Zero Week 2023

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The latest issue of The House magazine includes a special report to celebrate Net Zero Week 2023, bringing together politicians, businesses, and consumers. From nature-based solutions to energy security strategies and inclusive economic growth, the ‘Path to Net Zero’ explores diverse avenues leading us towards a carbon neutral society.

We hear from Dr Thérèse Coffey MP, Secretary of State for the Department
for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), on how her department
is supporting nature-based solutions to attain its net-zero targets. Her article
underscores the role of harnessing the power of nature in combating climate change.

Graham Stuart MP, Minister of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, shares
his thoughts on the government’s priorities in achieving energy security and
net-zero emissions. His contribution reflects on the intricate balance between
safeguarding our energy needs and transitioning to a sustainable energy landscape.

Kerry McCarthy MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change, makes the
case for Labour’s ‘Green Prosperity Plan’, a blueprint aimed at not only reducing
carbon emissions but also fostering economic renewal and local democracy.

In addition, Angus MacNeil MP, Chair of the Energy Security and Net Zero
Committee, shares the new committee’s priorities at this critical juncture.

You can read the full report here.

Thank you to all of our supporters and contributors who have helped make this special report a success.

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