Scotland retreats from 2030 emissions targets

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Scottish officials have verified that the goal of reducing national emissions by 75 percent by 2030 will not be achieved - experts are calling for greater ambition in transitioning to renewable heat sources.

Authorities in Scotland are under pressure to quickly expand and reconsider how the nation can deliver cleaner and more effective heat.

Segments of the building engineering and construction industry have urged action, as government officials acknowledged that they will not achieve a forthcoming goal to significantly reduce emissions by the end of the decade.

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