The government’s net zero plan is impressive, but it is high risk

Chaitanya Kumar writes for the Guardian

Chaitanya Kumar responded to the government’s newly published net-zero strategy, in the Guardian:

This optimism – based on a techno-centric, market-driven vision of the future low carbon society – is what underlines the entire net zero strategy. Take for instance the reliance on greenhouse gas removal technologies that remain untested at scale. Between now and 2050, the government envisions removing and storing more carbon than we currently emit from all our homes today.”

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