UK Climate Assembly verdict: 7 things the government must do to hit net zero

The government will need to take action including taxing frequent flyers, planting more trees and improving public transport if the UK is to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, according to the final report from the Climate Assembly.

by Conor McGlone
The assembly recommended taxes that increase as people fly more often and further. Photograph: Greg Bajor/Getty Images
The assembly recommended taxes that increase as people fly more often and further. Photograph: Greg Bajor/Getty Images

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