The Green Party has pledged to invest £100bn a year to fund its climate policy over the next decade, if it wins the election.

Where would the money come from and how would it be spent?


The Greens believe a large public investment, worth £1tn over 10 years, is essential to fight climate change and make Britain fossil fuel free by 2030.

The party says the money would go on building 100,000 energy-efficient homes each year, revolutionising transport infrastructure and creating hundreds of thousands of low-carbon jobs.

The bulk (£91.2bn a year) would come from borrowing, with the rest from tax changes.

Greens call for £100bn a year for climate action BBC Briefing: Your energy and climate change facts

This would represent a huge hike on current borrowing levels. The

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