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Partnership is the path to a greener future

The UK is leading the world by boldly investing in the future of our energy industry. But the journey to net-zero emissions requires everyone’s help

The COP26 climate summit will be held in Glasgow in November. Photo: Findlay / Alamy Stock Photo

Read more: Shadow Business Secretary Ed Miliband on why the government must act more boldly to combat the climate crisis

There is only one way to tackle climate change while protecting our economy—and that is to be realistic about how we can all take incremental steps towards a cleaner, greener future while also keeping our industries running, our lights on, and our people in employment.

Britain is already leading the world by example through a legally binding goal to eliminate our contribution to climate change by 2050. But now we are going further—and the COP26 climate summit…

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