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Jun 25, 2019 3 tweets 2 min read
Delighted to have Mike Thompson Head of Carbon Budgets @theCCCuk give our opening keynote speech. #Smart19 Image
Mike on the importance of the UK contribution to #decarbonising "The UK target for all green house gases is by 2050, and it really matters what the UK does. As the birthplace of the industrial revolution, and it helps to make a global change. " #Smart19
On how we do it Mike said "It better be smart or it will be painful. There needs leadership from central government, and finally it needs people. People will notice, and they must be engaged from the start." @theCCCuk #Smart19 Image

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Sep 23, 2020
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