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Which UK local authority is the greenest?

In May 2019, the UK committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, meaning that emissions from homes, transport, farming and industry will have to be avoided completely or offset by planting trees, removing CO2 from the atmosphere or paying for emission saving initiatives elsewhere.

To hit these lofty targets, the UK will need to continue its shift towards green energy, encourage motorists to swap their petrol or diesel powered cars for electric vehicles, and improve home energy efficiency to reduce energy waste.

But when it comes to reducing carbon emissions, some parts or the UK perform better than others.

To see who’s already ahead of the curve when it comes to reducing their carbon footprint, Migrate analysed CO2 emissions data to find the nations greenest local authorities.

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