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Scottish government to ban fossil fuel cars by 2032 under green policy programme

by Futures Centre, Sep 7
1 minute read

Heartened to see the Scottish Government legislative plans for 2018 were big on low carbon with some fairly punchy plans around banning fossil fuel cars. I am wondering whether the growing moves to scrap diesel cars following the emissions scandal and now this start to look like a potential area of high change potential that might be interesting to explore.

 

Scottish government to ban fossil fuel cars by 2032 under green policy programme

Legislative plan for 2018 majors on low carbon transition, including plans for UK’s first bottle recycling deposit scheme, a National Investment Bank and a 2032 phase-out for petrol and diesel cars The Scottish government has today unveiled its legislative plans for the next year, featuring a major low carbon economy focus on electric vehicles, renewable energy, recycling schemes and green investment….

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