This document was written by a concerned individual who supports the ZC2030 policy and wanted to help. They started knowing very little and wrote this document as they got up to speed in order that others may do so faster.
ZC2030 is formal party policy, it was adopted by the Autumn 2017 conference and can be viewed at https://policy.greenparty.org.uk/cc.html#CC015. The Climate Emergency Policy Working Group exists to make this happen. We have a working space at https://spaces.greenparty.org.uk/s/climate-change-policy/cfiles/browse. The Climate Emergency Policy Working Group will report progress to the next two conferences (Autumn 2019 and Sping 2020).
The first phase of work, “how can we achieve ZC2030”, has been completed and is based around the “Energy Policy Model” that can be found at https://spaces.greenparty.org.uk/s/energy-policy-working-group/cfiles/browse/index?fid=11. It is based on the prior work “CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY BACKGROUND PAPER Version 17” (2017) at https://spaces.greenparty.org.uk/file/file/download?guid=93e4bd79-f51d-4551-8b7d-3da53ec72fe0.
The second phase of work is to engage with all the other Policy Working Groups to make this happen. A list of Policy working groups can be found at https://my.greenparty.org.uk/policy/policy-working-groups and the status of the engagement is documented at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MBOxytvgtg4A74Q3N0bee20ruW6X14vdkmpDjFgUHiI/edit?ts=5d53ddac#gid=0
The form of the engagement is roughly:
We intend to complete this phase at the end of December 2019.
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