Climate protesters want net zero carbon emissions – is it possible?

Extinction Rebellion protestors in London on 15 April Dinendra Haria/LNP/Shutterstock By Adam Vaughan Hundreds of people were arrested this week for taking part in protests organised by Extinction Rebellion, a group demanding that the UK set legally bindin…

Climate protesters want net zero carbon emissions – is it possible?

Extinction Rebellion protestors in London on 15 April
Dinendra Haria/LNP/Shutterstock
By Adam Vaughan
Hundreds of people were arrested this week for taking part in protests organised by Extinction Rebellion, a group demanding that the UK set legally bindin…
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