Despite Britain’s efforts to combat climate change at home, its overall climate impact is rising

Our Miňo Urbaník wrote a blog about the climate policy of Great Britain.

From a broader perspective, the UK’s climate action can be evaluated rather positively, with satisfying performance in the second carbon budget highlighting overall progress in climate protection. In early May, the country passed one week without coal power for the first time since 1882. Britain seems to be taking serious steps in lowering its emissions to protect the atmosphere, with the net zero emissions by 2050 target being the cherry on top of the country’s efforts.

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