Net zero sceptics set to meet climate adviser reviewing target
Conservatives sceptical about the net zero target are set to have a meeting with the MP reviewing the government's approach to lowering carbon emissions.
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Tory MP Chris Skidmore is examining the best way to cut emissions to net zero by 2050 while boosting economic growth.
MPs in the Net Zero Scrutiny Group have been campaigning for more UK oil and gas production to lower energy costs.
Green groups and MPs say they are worried about the meeting given the group's calls to rethink net zero.
The Green Party MP, Caroline Lucas, said "climate delayers" and those who impeded solutions to curbing emissions "should be nowhere near government policy".
Labour MP Clive Lewis said while members of the NZSG had "every right" to discuss net zero with Mr Skidmore, a meeting with him in the month of the COP27 climate conference in Egypt would send "a terrible message".
Speaking at the summit on its opening day, former Prime Minister Boris Johnson said now was "not the moment to go weak" on net zero as he expressed concerns over scepticism about the target in the UK.
Mr Skidmore has ruled out recommending scrapping or delaying net zero goals, and said his review will not look at fracking for UK shale gas.
A spokesperson for Mr Skidmore told the BBC he did not feel it was appropriate to prejudge or comment on the review at this time.
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