A SHARED VISION OF WHAT IS REQUIRED TO DELIVER A NET ZERO FUTURE
The Delivering Net Zero (DNZ) project seeks to bring together and explore a range of cross-sector expert perspectives to identify where consensus does and does not exist on how the UK should deliver net zero. The project has now completed three rounds of deliberative workshops.
The first round convened 42 top academics from across the research community during two workshops in February and March 2021. Our reflections on key themes from the academic community are available here.
Our second round brought together 40 participants from across the public, private, third and funding sectors to explore the barriers, opportunities and priorities for reaching net zero. Our reflections on key themes from public, private and third sector stakeholders are available here.
We have now compiled our final synthesis report, which summarises the findings of our project and distils key messages for the academic, private, public, and funding sectors. Our final synthesis report and recommendations are available here.
THE DELIVERING NET ZERO PROJECT
This project works with a number of stakeholders to produce a shared vision on what is required to deliver a UK net zero future in the short-term (the next ten years) and the long-term (from 2030 onwards).
Utilising the best academic evidence available it will produce clarity on the net zero options available to the country whilst also identifying areas where consensus cannot be reached meaning that wider engagement or political interventions are required.
Also, it will identify and clarify what further research is needed to help deliver a net zero future.