Climate Emergency Task Group: End of year report 2020
Date published

17 December 2020

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Climate Emergency Task Group: End of year report 2020

Climate Emergency Task Group: End of year report 2020
Report
Date published

17 December 2020

Price

Free

The Climate Emergency Task Group help the profession to tackle climate breakdown. Their 2020 report reviews the group’s activities through the year.

This report highlights the progress the profession is making in its efforts to tackle climate breakdown.

It summarises feedback that the group have taken on board through the year, as well as outlining a list of key actions that they will take in 2021.

The report contains useful links to the written and recorded content that was produced by contributors through the year.

 

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