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UKRI News Blog: The net zero journey of industrial heartlands, cities and regions
The journey to net zero encompasses industrial heartlands, cities and regions. This can be achieved by co-deploying whole system solutions across sectors.
PODCAST: Equinor – destination zero: realising a low-carbon future
Destination Zero: Realising a Low-Carbon Future
Where next? The road to 2050
In this final episode of the series, James looks back on what we’ve heard over the previous five episodes and assesses the potential to move forward towards net zero. We hear directly from the Government’s advisory body, the UK’s Climate Change Committee (CCC), about what the UK needs to do to deliver on its ambitious climate goals. James also hosts a roundtable discussion with those involved in developing the policy, regulatory environment and transition business models to make net zero by 2050 a reality.
James Murray is joined by Chris Stark from CCC, Mercedes Maroto-Valer from Industrial Decarbonisation Research Innovation Centre, Will Lochhead from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Will Joyce from UKRI.
IDRIC Policy News: Aug-Sept 2022
IDRIC Policy Team:
JOURNAL: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews – Decarbonising the food and beverages industry
Robert A Holland
Zoe M Harris
Land-use change from food to energy: meta-analysis unravels effects of bioenergy on biodiversity and cultural ecosystem services.
Environmental Research Letters, Volume 16, Number 11. IOP Publishing – Nov 2021
Bioenergy has been identified as a key contributor to future energy scenarios consistent with the Paris Agreement targets, and is relied upon in scenarios both with and without bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, owing to the multiple ways in which bioenergy can substitute fossil fuels.
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