The West Midlands Combined Authority wants people to stay at home more even after Covid-19, in order to help fight climate change.
The WMCA’s first five-year decarbonisation plan, prepared by consultant WSP, sets targets for reductions in commuting, shopping and personal trips.
The plan aims to set the conurbation on the pathway to achieving net zero emissions by 2041 (six per cent of emissions would be offset).
WMCA officers were this week recommending that the combined authority...+91% more
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