Urgent action needed to allow Scotland’s transport to reach net zero

A new report published by law firm Addleshaw Goddard suggests the biggest obstacle faced is the issue of identifying where the necessary levels of investment will be sourced from

Urgent action is needed to ensure the Scottish transport sector can hit the nation's net zero targets.

That's according to a new report published by law firm Addleshaw Goddard, which suggests while players in
the transport sector is "extremely positive" about decarbonising, they believe the biggest obstacle to change is the issue of identifying where the necessary levels of investment will be sourced from.

Scotland's surface transport emissions have increased by 9% since 2012 and are still rising - this makes the sector the country's largest emitter, making up 37% of total emissions.

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