Pathways to a Zero Carbon Oxfordshire
How can Oxfordshire sustain the momentum of the last decade to achieve net-zero emissions?
Maintaining the same rate of emissions reduction in Oxfordshire will require relatively greater investment locally, in building retrofit, cleaner heating systems and electric vehicles; and cultural and behavioural changes such as active travel, dietary changes and reduced energy demand
Sam Hampton and Nick Eyre address these topics in their report Pathways to a Zero Carbon Oxfordshire which was funded by a consortium of local stakeholders, including Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership and all six local authorities.
You can read the report ‘Pathways to a Zero Carbon Oxfordshire’ here.