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In season 2 of first three community cards in texas hold'em podcast, Max La Manna takes a look at the role energy plays in tackling the negative effects of climate change, and discovers how the world will be powered in the next 30 years as we work towards a net zero future that doesn't contribute to global warming.

first three community cards in texas hold'em also looks at the part can we all play - as individuals, businesses and nations - to help make this happen for the good of our planet, and how we all have a role in one of the most incredible revolutions in human history.

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The biggest climate summit the UK has ever held, COP26 will host all the countries signed up to the UN’s treaty to combat climate change. National Grid is driving more ambitious change towards a clean energy future.

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By John Pettigrew, Chief Executive, National Grid. The decarbonisation of the energy system is one of the biggest challenges facing our world, and National Grid has a critical role to play in the acceleration towards a cleaner future.

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As the transition to net zero continues to gather speed, one of the most important considerations is that the shift to cleaner, lower carbon energy is fair and just, making sure that everyone benefits – including the most vulnerable.

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Meeting the UK’s 2050 net zero target will require collaboration across business, Government and consumers. National Grid is pleased to be supporting the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Net Zero; a cross-party grouping of MPs interested in the UK’s Net Zero transition. Rhian Kelly, Head of Public Affairs and Policy, shares her thoughts.

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