The UK sets out its carbon-neutral strategy for 2050
He expected the international community to receive United Nations Conference on Climate Change 2021, The United Kingdom presented its carbon-neutral strategy: Build Back Greener. With this, the European country intends to position itself at the forefront of the transition to a more sustainable economy, while A base of new jobs and economic growth is being created after the pandemic.
As detailed by A Report For the British government, to achieve this a A major investment in generating all the country’s energy with clean electricity by 2035In addition to investing in the development of alternatives such as biofuels and hydrogen. It will also be implemented Carbon capture technologies with the goal of capturing 20-30 megatonnes of CO2 per year by 2030. By this date, he is expected to replace all Diesel and gasoline vehicles with electric alternatives; In addition to encouraging the use of public transport and bicycles.
“Since announcing our plan for a green industrial revolution, A total of £5.8 billion has been invested and nearly 56,000 new jobs have been created“, Male Prime Minister Boris Johnson a via social networks. Some other important points of the plan are investing in Nuclear and wind energy Navy, besides the Building sustainable buildings and the Protecting natural environments.
This transformation, in turn, will be marked by many principles towards civil society and the business community. carbon emissions taxes will apply, With the aim of discouraging the largest pollutants; While working to reduce the costs of low-emissions technology. for him The consumer will invest in subsidizing electricity and upgrading electrical installations, especially in the most vulnerable sectors.
According to British government data, since 1990 The UK has eliminated 44% of its carbon emissions while its economy has grown by 75%. It was also the first economy from the Group of Seven major industrialized nations to commit to this commitment to decarbonization in 2019. The 26th session will be hosted by the United Kingdom. United Nations Conference on Climate Change, which will be held in Glasgow, Scotland.
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