Why Net Zero Doesn’t Always Mean Net Zero

  • Published: July 2021

In this latest episode of the Climate Risk Podcast from the Global Sustainability and Climate Risk Resource CenterJo Paisley, Co-President of the GARP Risk Institute, interviews Dieter Helm on his latest book, , examining the nature and scale of the challenge.

In particular, the interview explores three key questions:

  • why achieving net zero doesn’t necessarily end your contribution to global climate change;
  • whether offsets are ever acceptable; and
  • if growth is possible in a net zero world;

and highlights the importance of cutting through the hype and cake-ism to face up to the realities of reaching global net zero targets.

To listen, click on the link below:

Why Net Zero Doesn’t Always Mean Net Zero - GARP

Net Zero: How We Stop Causing Climate Change - paperback due out in September 2021.

 

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