Joining the GWPF’s Harry Wilkinson are Rupert Darwall, Dr John Constable and Lord Lilley.
— In what now seems like a different era, the EU and a few other governments announced radical plans to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions to zero. Today, in a global coronavirus-induced recession, attention is turning to how policymakers can assist economic recovery once the pandemic is over.
The European Commission and environmental activists are demanding that we need to see a ‘green recovery’. But what does this actually mean? Can and should ‘Net Zero’ ambitions be sustained in the face of deepening economic hardship, or could they stifle a rapid recovery?