What the government's 2050 net zero carbon emissions target means for planning

From a push for more renewable energy to anti-flooding measures, the government's new net zero target is likely to have significant implications for planning, most commentators agree, but could also throw up a number of challenges for practitioners.

by Colin Marrs
Solar energy: the new net zero carbon target is likely to mean support for such renewable energy schemes
Solar energy: the new net zero carbon target is likely to mean support for such renewable energy schemes

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