Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment

Nicola Beaumont, Alona Armstrong, Paolo Agnolucci, Astley Hastings, Rob Holland, Brett Day, Gemma Delafield, Felix Eigenbrod, Gail Taylor, Andrew Lovett, Anita Shepherd, Tara Hooper

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Abstract

The path to net-zero will require an immense institutional, societal and environmental transition with both positive and negative secondary consequences.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReview of Energy Policy 2019
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherUKERC
Pages6-7
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019

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Beaumont, N., Armstrong, A., Agnolucci, P., Hastings, A., Holland, R., Day, B., ... Hooper, T. (2019). Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment. In Review of Energy Policy 2019 (pp. 6-7). London: UKERC.

Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment. / Beaumont, Nicola; Armstrong, Alona; Agnolucci, Paolo ; Hastings, Astley; Holland, Rob; Day, Brett; Delafield, Gemma ; Eigenbrod, Felix; Taylor, Gail; Lovett, Andrew; Shepherd, Anita; Hooper, Tara.

Review of Energy Policy 2019. London : UKERC, 2019. p. 6-7.

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Beaumont, N, Armstrong, A, Agnolucci, P, Hastings, A, Holland, R, Day, B, Delafield, G, Eigenbrod, F, Taylor, G, Lovett, A, Shepherd, A & Hooper, T 2019, Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment. in Review of Energy Policy 2019. UKERC, London, pp. 6-7.
Beaumont N, Armstrong A, Agnolucci P, Hastings A, Holland R, Day B et al. Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment. In Review of Energy Policy 2019. London: UKERC. 2019. p. 6-7
Beaumont, Nicola ; Armstrong, Alona ; Agnolucci, Paolo ; Hastings, Astley ; Holland, Rob ; Day, Brett ; Delafield, Gemma ; Eigenbrod, Felix ; Taylor, Gail ; Lovett, Andrew ; Shepherd, Anita ; Hooper, Tara. / Ensuring net-zero is a win-win for the climate and the environment. Review of Energy Policy 2019. London : UKERC, 2019. pp. 6-7
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