Leaders lay out plans for just transition

By Paul Marinko | 08 November 2021

Council and combined authority leaders have detailed plans for a ‘just transition’ to net-zero as new research revealed nine million people could be hit economically.

The Centre for Progressive Policy’s (CPP) inclusive growth network (IGN), which includes the mayors of Greater Manchester and the West Midlands, Andy Burnham and Andy Street, has pledged to ensure the transition bolsters rather than damages local economies.

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