Planning system 'must evolve to help deliver new 2050 zero carbon target', says government advisor

The "evolution" of the planning system to keep pace with "deep" cuts to greenhouse gas emissions from the built environment is a key part in the UK achieving a net-zero emissions target by the middle of the century, the government's climate change advisor has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Recent climate change demonstrations in London (pic: Martin Hearn via Flickr)
Recent climate change demonstrations in London (pic: Martin Hearn via Flickr)

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