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If universities want to hit climate targets, they should use their land for carbon offsetting

By David Werner, Professor in Environmental Systems Modelling, Newcastle University
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Over 1,000 universities and colleges from 68 countries have pledged to halve their emissions by 2030 and reach net zero emissions by 2050. Initiatives to add LED lighting and solar panels to buildings, like at the University of Bristol, have been important steps forward. But for emissions which prove harder to reduce – like those from heating…The Conversation

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