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Greening The Nation: A year on from COP26, who is leading the way in the UK?

Dods Impact

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The latest issue of The House magazine includes a special report on the path to a greener Britain. Bringing together politicians, businesses, and consumers, we explore how we can devise a series of new, practical ways to transform our nation into becoming greener.

Lord Deben, Chair of the Climate Change Committee, writes that we now need to see a detailed programme implementing the commitments from The Glasgow Pact.

Philip Dunne MP, Chair of the Environmental Audit Select Committee, calls on Ministers to fix our housing stock, and improve domestic energy efficiency.

Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee, Darren Jones MP, calls on Ministers to be bolder and quicker in our transition to net zero.

Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Net Zero, writes that we must urgently reduce the demand for energy if we are to catch up with targets.

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

You can read the full report here.

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