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12 steps to decarbonise your city

Cities have a major role to play in the race to reach net zero – here's how they can get there. Image: REUTERS/Loriene Perera

Stuart McLaren

Director of Net Zero Infrastructure, SNC-Lavalin

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CO2 emissions from the building sector are the highest ever recorded.
Carbon emissions from the building sector are the highest ever recorded. Image: UN

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