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The Net Zero Strategy provides a foundation which now needs to be cemented in investment, tax, and regulatory decisions

The UK government has delivered on its promise to publish a strategy for driving the country's economy towards net zero emissions by 2050. Esin Serin and Anna Valero write that the economy-wide Net Zero Strategy provides further proof of the UK's ambition to lead on global climate action as it calls on other countries to follow suit.

Esin Serin and Anna Valero

29 October 2021

LSE Politics and Policy

This Blog is published under the CEP's Growth programme and published under the Programme on Innovation and Diffusion.

This publication comes under the following CEP theme: UK productivity and policy, Clean growth