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Net zero by 2050 in England and Wales equals ‘extra 2m years of life’

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Reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions in England and Wales by 2050 will lead to an extra 2m years of life, a study suggests.
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Net zero by 2050 in England and Wales equals ‘extra 2m years of life’
Published 9 days ago · London, United Kingdom Photography Sky News

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Net zero by 2050 in England and Wales equals ‘extra 2m years of life’

Study points to ‘substantial reductions in mortality’ and significant health benefits if policies implemented

9 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Net zero emissions in UK will add 2 million years of life by 2050

‘Not only are these policies essential for mitigating climate change, they also make us healthier’

9 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Better home insulation could mean people live longer, study suggests

An extra two million years of life lived would be added across England and Wales by 2050 if the balanced pathway plan - a 60% cut in emissions by 2035, was effectively brought in, say researchers.

9 days ago·United Kingdom
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UK action on climate pledges could add at least two million years to people’s lives

There are significant health benefits to enacting green policies, says new study

9 days ago
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Net-zero climate policies will save lives by improving health, study finds

Research found retrofitting homes with insulation can be a major contributor to better health.

9 days ago·Ireland
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