Tata Steel argues that producing lower-carbon (and eventually zero-carbon) steel could give British steelmaking a new lease of life.
Carbon border adjustments – essentially adding the environmental costs of carbon pollution on to imported steel – could also level the playing field for UK producers versus rivals abroad that do not have to worry about greenhouse gas emissions.
Strong piece from Jasper Jolly on what is needed to get our steel industry fit for the future.
In it, I argue that we need a just transition for steelworkers and their families.
Read the full article here – Welsh steelworks at breaking point over the cost of cleaning up its act | Steel industry | The Guardian