Prime minister Rishi Sunak has announced Acorn carbon capture project, Scotland’s first carbon capture and storage facility which he claimed was not about political seats but for the good of the UK

Sunak said the project will support over 200,000 jobs across the industry and it will help transition to net zero, with at least 100 new North Sea oil and gas drilling licences issued.

Meanwhile, Sunak has faced accusations of hypocrisy for flying domestically, given his pledges to curb carbon emissions. According to Our World in Data domestic flights have a much larger carbon footprint per kilometre of travel than any other mode of transport

Written by:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *