Reduce First, Offset Later: How ‘Net Zero' Should Work

‘Net zero’ is a useful organising principle for climate action. But some companies are using it to kick the can and avoid decarbonising.

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‘Net zero’ has become one of the most important terms in debates about climate change. Though it has been used in niche climate discourse for…

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Dave Olsen

Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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