Surveys show that most people in the UK want action to tackle climate change but many do not have the appetite to pay for it. And given that the fiscal firepower and political will to grease the wheels of the green transition are both in short supply, “net zero” in the UK by 2050 is far from the most likely outcome.
In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this Climate Economics Update to clients of our UK Economics service.
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