1. OVERVIEW
1.1. Catalyst
1.2. Summary

2. UK NET ZERO RELIES ON CUTTING-EDGE SOLUTIONS FROM AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY
2.1. The UK aspires to leadership with its ‘Green New Deal'
2.2. Agriculture, industrial vehicles and manufacturing are key to the UK's solution

3. AGRICULTURE HAS ITS OWN HIGH TARGETS TO HIT
3.1. The challenges and opportunities facing agriculture are unique
3.2. ‘Three Pillars' approach highlights the diversity of solutions
3.3. Big efficiency gains will be the culmination of a range of micro-solutions
3.3.1. Livestock represent the most urgent reduction
3.3.2. Fertilizers and gene editing could improve crop sustainability
3.3.3. Bioeconomy is green agriculture's buzzword
3.4. The third pillar needs greater input from industry and government bodies

4. LARGE COMPANIES ARE TAKING THE LEAD WITH GREEN INDUSTRIAL VEHICLES
4.1. DHL is part of a growing trend towards greener logistics and haulage
4.1.1. Last-mile vehicles have abundant opportunities for change
4.1.2. Infrastructure must adapt with vehicle fleets
4.1.3. Electrified highways are part of the future
4.2. H2Accelerate partnership shows highlights importance of government support

5. MANUFACTURING FACES COMPLEX CHALLENGES
5.1. Steel represents a net zero opportunity with highly-attainable solutions
5.2. Cement's harmful ingredient needs to be reduced
5.3. Carbon capture and storage is industry's most exciting prospect

6. APPENDIX
6.1. Abbreviations and acronyms
6.2. Sources
6.3. Further reading

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8. ABOUT MARKETLINE

List of Figures
Figure 1: UK's sectors' annual CO2 emissions compared (2017).
Figure 2: UK sectors' annual GHG emissions compared (2017).
Figure 3: DHL's push-powered (left) and electric (right) delivery vehicles.
Figure 4: The process of CSS explained.