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As she departed office in 2019, one of Theresa May’s last acts as prime minister was to legislate an amendment to the Climate Change Act 2008 which committed to reducing the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions to ‘net zero’ (a 100% reduction against 1990 levels) by 2050. Widely praised, the move meant the UK became the first major economy to set such a target, and reflected the ascendancy of climate action in public discourse, with the views of spokespeople as diverse as then-governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, and activist groups such as Extinction Rebellion at least partially converging.

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Fusion21 has just launched its new national Workplace and Facilities Framework. The framework has six lots, with over 60 suppliers, aiming to deliver up to £1.1 billion of services over the next four years. We are proud to have secured a place for one of our clients.

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