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Climate change targets as well as cost pressures are behind a major overhaul of the UK's largest steelworks.

Tata's Port Talbot plant is also the UK's biggest single emitter of planet-warming carbon dioxide. The company's plans to shut its blast furnaces could cut Wales' carbon emissions by as much as a fifth. But critics say the local community's paying an unfair price with thousands of jobs lost. One think tank said it showed the UK and Welsh governments were failing to deliver a "just transition" to a greener future.

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    • George Kariuki

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      Shutting down the furnaces, the UK's biggest single source of CO2 emissions, could significantly slash Wales' carbon footprint. This aligns with the UK's climate goals and represents a tangible step towards decarbonization.

      • johnte ndeto

        11 w

        Great job

        • Kevin

          11 w

          Brilliant work

          • Elizabeth Gathigia

            11 w

            Its a good initiative that will lead to lowering carbon emissions

            • walter lungayi

              11 w

              The overhaul of the UK's largest steelworks is a crucial step in addressing climate change and reducing carbon emissions.

              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                The major overhaul of Tata's Port Talbot steelworks, driven by climate change targets and cost pressures, represents a significant step toward reducing carbon emissions in Wales. The decision to shut blast furnaces aligns with environmental goals and contributes to a greener future. However, concerns about the impact on the local community and the loss of thousands of jobs highlight the challenges associated with achieving a "just transition." This underscores the importance of comprehensive strategies that prioritize both environmental sustainability and social equity. Governments must address these concerns to ensure a balanced and fair transition to a more sustainable and low-carbon economy.

                • Grace Njeri

                  11 w

                  Best initiative.

                  • Princess

                    11 w

                    This is a great initiative 👍.

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