Mister Stuart Cooke the Head of Utility at PwC has today released his thoughts on the current government’s strategy to deal with issues of sustainability and green energy. There are clear worries that the conservatives’ intentions to unite and collate several different departments into one has signaled that they are less committed than before to addressing the various and impending dangerous issues of climate change and reducing Britain’s status as one of the largest carbon-impacting countries in Europe.
On the other hand, the initiative today for Theresa May and her cohorts to process the all-new Industrial Strategy to cope with these issues is, to Mister Cooke at least, a sure sign that such worries should not be taken too seriously now. Mister Cooke is equally optimistic that the government will devote (through the implementation of this all-new department) much more attention than ever before to the problems and alternatives to Britain’s impact on the environment and the atmosphere.
Changes to the country’s attitudes structure, industry initiatives and technological possibilities will be needed so that the government can act upon their decision and announcement to commit to resolving issues that are of growing concern to environmentalists and green activists all around the country and indeed the rest of the world. Mister Stuart Cooke also states that more collaboration will be required between companies, heads of staff and executives to ensure that businesses and construction companies are well aware of the new things that need to be done in order to ensure that Britain becomes a greener and more environmentally friendly place than ever before.
Ensuring that the costs of energy production as well as securing the green future of the country are just two of Westminster’s objectives to achieve and it is up to the government to work closely and get involved with independent and private businesses so that all can work together to making Britain a cleaner, greener place to live and thrive in.