Glasgow aims to become UK's first net-zero emissions city

May 24, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Glasgow aims to become the first city in Britain to be carbon-neutral in a drive to tackle climate change. Glasgow City Council, working with ScottishPower, has pledged to make Britain's third-biggest city the first to reach a "net zero" carbon emissions target and beat a 2045 overall target set out by the Scottish government on Tuesday.



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