Climate Change: The Decade That Matters (Part 1)

The United Nations is unequivocal: if we are to stand any chance of limiting global temperature rises to 1.5°C, we have just a small window within which to radically reduce global emissions - a window that closes around 2030.

Unless substantive change is made now, we are headed for a climate crisis of unprecedented scale.

From government policy to corporate sourcing, and from the expansion of renewables to new infrastructure and digitalisation, just about every aspect of the renewable transition needs to be driven forward at greater pace if we are to avert the worst effects of climate change.

Sign up to the first part of our white paper and explore the key aspects and drivers of the transition; where they are now, where they need to be and how do we get there.

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