SEPA strikes deal with youth climate group

The Scottish environmental regulator has signed a deal with the 2050 Climate Group, which aims to provide leadership skills to tackle climate change.

Terry A'Hearn and Richard Dryburgh sign the SPA at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. Photograph: 2050 Climate Group

Scotland’s environmental regulator has reached an agreement to work with an environmentalist youth organisation with global ambitions.

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