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Clean Growth Insight Project

Clean Growth Insight Project

The Clean Growth insight project seeks to evaluate the role of industrial polices in delivering a productivity enhancing, inclusive, transition to net zero - in the context of a green recovery.

The UK was the first major economy to commit to net zero by 2050, a target recommended by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), the UK’s independent climate advisory body. The UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in November 2021. At COP24, 53 countries signed the Just Transition Declaration, which recognised the importance of achieving a fair and inclusive transition to a zero-carbon economy.

Our first paper, Developing Greener Supply Chains, published in January 2021, explores the challenges and opportunities in developing clean, resilient and competitive supply chains. See our 3-minute animation.

Subsequent papers in this first phase of climate-related projects will consider the role of industrial policy in driving business behavioural change, metrics from which to monitor progress against clean growth aims, and an analysis of green skills mismatch - to highlight where under-skilling is likely to be greatest and where skills can be transitioned.

The project steering group comprises of Jayne-Anne Gadhia and Rupert Harrison.

This Glean Growth project seeks to evaluate the role of industrial polices in delivering a productivity enhancing, inclusive, transition to net zero. It will also help to inform policy for a green recovery.

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