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The establishment of a hydrogen network in Leeds could play a central role in a new low carbon energy network, but the speed of electrification and source of hydrogen gas pose questions about its potential as a successful contributor to a low carbon future.
The first Leeds Climate Commission position paper puts the focus on hydrogen conversion in the city.
The recent Youthstrike4Climate walk-outs are set to present a recurring dilemma for schools' senior staff. This event, hosted by Leeds Climate Commission, is aimed especially at school leaders and senior staff "caught in the middle" between the genuine fears of young people and legal/political responses.
Leeds can become a carbon neutral city by 2050 - and could potentially achieve the 2030 target in the climate emergency motion passed by councillors on 27 March - according to a new “carbon roadmap” report published by Leeds Climate Commission.
“In Leeds we are fully committed to creating a zero carbon, climate resilient city, and the Leeds Climate Commission takes us another step closer to this."
Cllr Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council