Scottish government reveals pathway to decarbonisation by 2032

Holyrood has published its climate change plan for the country up to 2032 but previous drafts were more ambitious in scope

Pier at Craignish point, Scotland
Scotland's path to decarbonisation has been laid before parliament

Scotland has affirmed its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint by 66% from 2018 to 2032 as part of the country’s legal obligation.

The third climate change plan was laid before parliament on 28 February as per Section 35 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 and builds on a draft version first set out in January last year.

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