Along with our partners SCDI, The Royal Society of Edinburgh and ScotlandIS, BT has published a report Innovation Critical: Scotland’s Net Zero Mission and Climate Tech Opportunity which outlines why digital technology must be at the heart of our global fight against climate change. Over the past five years BT has been actively involved in collaborative research on the exploitation of digital technologies and their role in advancing Scotland’s economy and society. Our latest research demonstrates BT’s commitment to advancing Scotland’s economy, people and planet through innovation and exploitation of digital technologies.

We were delighted with the Scottish Government’s development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy, launched in March, which we called for in our earlier report ‘Automatic for the people?’. This sets out a vision of AI enabling us to make better use of resources and develop new, low carbon industries and is based on a principle that AI should benefit people and the planet. As we emerge from the pandemic and drive a green-growth recovery, it is clear that digital technologies will have a vital role to play in Scotland’s journey to 75% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030 and net-zero by 2045.

BT has led on climate action for almost 30 years, and we were one of the first companies in the world to adopt science-based targets, directly linking our own goals to the overall level of reductions in emissions needed to limit the most harmful aspects of the climate crisis. As part of the transition to a low carbon business model, we have pledged to become a net zero carbon emissions business by 2045 and in 2016 we launched a new target, aligned to the COP21 Paris Agreement, and are on track to reducing the carbon emissions intensity of our business by 87% by 2030.

Since 2016/17, BT has reduced the carbon emissions intensity of its operations by 57% and by 19% from its supply chain, and 100% of the electricity that we purchase worldwide comes from renewable sources. We are also playing our part by helping our customers to reduce emissions and in 2019/20 we helped them to save 13 million tonnes of carbon, achieving our 3:1 abatement target one year early. This means that for every tonne of CO2 emitted by BT, three tonnes of customer emissions were saved. This year alone, around £5.3bn (25%) of our revenue came from carbon-cutting solutions – from teleconferencing and cloud storage to smart manufacturing and Internet of Things (IoT) technology.

And we’re going further with ambitious plans to power Scotland’s road to net zero. We’re investing in full fibre broadband and 5G networks that will support more homeworking, smart cities and pave the way for lower carbon ways of life and work. And our new green tech innovation platform fosters breakthrough technologies to cut carbon in the public sector – including through the adoption of environmental monitoring sensors that integrate into BT street furniture through IoT solutions supporting social housing providers to reduce travel and reduce maintenance costs at the same time.

The recovery presents a huge opportunity for government, businesses and individuals to put action on climate change at the heart of their efforts. This includes innovating at pace and at scale to develop digital enabling, low-carbon technologies that can help us to do things differently and orchestrate a transition to a zero carbon world.

Our latest report represents a real call-to-action: Climate change is among the greatest challenges facing mankind, and while digital technology is just one part of the solution, it is absolutely central to the net zero future we must build. It also represents a major strategic opportunity for the Scottish economy given our ambitions, assets and capabilities for net zero and in the data, digital and tech sectors. Scotland is a small, agile nation and has the leadership in place to become a leading innovator and exporter of technological solutions to the climate change challenge; we should embrace the immense opportunities afforded by Climate Tech and work collaboratively, and at pace, towards unleashing them.

Mark Dames

Title BT Group, Senior Manager External Affairs Scotland and Northern Ireland. Member of BT Scotland Board.
People in Edinburgh are being asked to share their view of the draft 2030 Climate Strategy, which sets out how Edinburgh will work together to  become a net zero, climate ready city by 2030.

The strategy envisions that by 2030, citizens will be able to have their needs met locally, reducing the need for travel, communities will be protected from the impacts of climate change by a network of green and blue routes across the city, which also encourage plants and wildlife to flourish and that heat and energy needs of citizens and businesses will be met through new heat networks, and energy efficient buildings.

Citizens businesses and organistaions across the city are already taking important steps to transition Edinburgh to a net zero Capital. This strategy outlines how we can go further together to take action at the speed and scale required to deliver our targets.

It outlines support for collaboration to ensure the city  can work together effectively  to invest in a better future for the everyone and calls on Scottish Government to support the city’s transition progressive legislative, regulatory and financial incentives.

The strategy also outlines how the Council will work with our partners to create the right frameworks and support for citizens to take action directly in their everyday lives.

Over the next 12 weeks, the public can share comments and opinions on the strategy by taking part in the consultation online. There will also be opportunities to meet the teams involved and find out more about the plans at a number of online drop-in sessions over the summer months.

Council Leader Councillor Adam McVey said:

“This strategy sets out a roadmap for the Capital to help our businesses, public sector, organisations and residents across our communities reduce or remove their carbon footprint to help us get to net-zero by 2030- which will be a hugely ambitious task.

“The plan aims to create the right conditions to unlock the opportunities that climate action presents, creating jobs and a more sustainable economy while we preserve our amazing Capital for future generations.

“The best recovery from Covid-19 will be one which is green and fair and makes our city resilient to future challenges. If we act now, with pace, we will realise the future Edinburgh and its residents deserve and set in place a legacy of climate action which will go far beyond COP26.”

Depute Council Leader, Councillor Cammy Day said:

“These proposed changes will affect everyone who lives in, works in and visits Edinburgh, so it’s only right that we continue to have a conversation with our residents, businesses and other stakeholders about how our city grows and changes to meet future needs.

“We will also work closely with the Edinburgh Climate Commission and Poverty Commission to integrate their work in the final strategy.

“We want everyone to play their part in these decisions, and I look forward to engaging with the public on this strategy, which offers a huge opportunity to invest in net zero action and ensure our young people inherit a thriving, sustainable city which is a cleaner and healthier place to live and work.”

The draft 2030 Climate Strategy was approved for consultation by the Policy and Sustainability Committee last week. It focuses on creating the right policy, regulatory and infrastructure conditions in the city to support net zero behaviour change.

It also lays out key areas where collaboration and partnership will be supported to deliver on Edinburgh’s climate targets.

To help the public have their say on the plan and to speak to experts, a number of online drop-in events will be help throughout the 12-week consultation. These will be supplemented by face to face drop in sessions in public spaces, should Covid restrictions on public gatherings be lifted over the course of the summer.

  • 30 June 2-5pm
  • 20 July 7-9pm
  • 14 August 11-1pm
  • 2 September 9-11 am

Consultation responses will form the basis of a finalised strategy which would be brought to Committee later in the year alongside an implementation plan and initial cost analysis.

Register for one of the public drop-in sessions

Visit the Consultation Hub to fill in the draft 2030 Climate Strategy.

Organisations across the Edinburgh are being urged to add their support to a citywide Climate Compact, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing the climate emergency.

Ten of Edinburgh’s most significant employers from across the public and private sectors have already committed to the Edinburgh Climate Compact, promising to make changes within their own organisations and sectors which support the city’s ambition of net zero by 2030.

Established by the Edinburgh Climate Commission, the Compact signifies a commitment by organisations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions through their operations, influence and leadership, transport and buildings.

Work continues through the Edinburgh Climate Commission to engage with businesses across the capital and encourage more organisations to sign up.

The Climate Compact commits signatories to 16 actions which will lead to clear change within their business practices, including:

  • Publicising what action each signatory is currently taking to address climate change. This includes the disclosure of current emission levels and publishing plans for how they plan to reduce carbon emissions.
  • Committing to retrofitting owned buildings and decarbonising operations to become more energy efficient and sustainable.
  • Prioritising active and sustainable travel in their workforce and investing in a switch to zero-emissions company owned vehicles.
  • Providing training for staff to develop their awareness and understanding of climate change and changes in their behaviour which could lead to a reduction in emissions.

Commissioner Clare Foster, who led the Climate Compact workstream for the Climate Commission, said:

“The Edinburgh Climate Compact represents a significant step forward on the path to a new normal of sustainable business practice in a thriving green city.

“With COP26 set to take place in Scotland later this year, there never has been a better time to take stock of what kind of city we want to be, both for ourselves now and as a legacy for generations to come.

“It has been hugely encouraging to see this level of collaboration between different sectors and organisations of this size in Scotland when reducing emissions. I hope this in turn encourages other businesses and organisations to show their support and sign up to the Compact and help make a collective difference to Edinburgh’s emissions.

The Edinburgh Climate Commission will continue to provide oversight and direction to the Climate Compact.

Changeworks Chief Executive, Teresa Bray said:

“Cutting carbon is at the heart of what Changeworks has done for over 30 years, and key to this is leading by example. We are always looking for new ways to reduce our own carbon footprint and look forward to working with the Edinburgh Climate Commission in the lead up to COP26 and beyond.”

Edinburgh Airport Chief Executive, Gordon Dewar said:

“We all have a responsibility to protect our climate and whether we are acting as an individual, as a business or as a collective of organisations, the goal is to become as sustainable as possible and promote Edinburgh’s proactive approach to others.

“Emissions are just one part of the wider sustainability goal and by working together to reduce them, we can work together to preserve the fantastic city that we call home. We are proud to be part of the Edinburgh Climate Compact and the airport’s forthcoming sustainability strategy will further cement our commitment to improvement and change.”

Shepherd and Wedderburn Managing Partner, Andrew Blain, said: “We are proud to have been one of the first signatories to the Edinburgh Climate Compact, which we hope will promote radical action on climate change across the Scottish capital and provide a model for effective public and private sector collaboration that others can follow.

“Shepherd and Wedderburn is committed to supporting a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. We look forward to playing our part and working with the other Compact City Climate Champions to effect change and help Edinburgh achieve its net zero ambitions.”

SP Energy Networks, Chief Operating Officer Guy Jefferson, said: “Our power networks are an important enabler when it comes to Net Zero. We’re already investing £7bn to increase capacity on our electricity network and ensure it is ready to accommodate the added demands of electric vehicles and decarbonised heating, therefore facilitating a safe, sustainable, low carbon energy system for the benefit of current and future generations alike.

“There is a real opportunity for businesses to lead by example and demonstrate how we’re making the transition to a cleaner and greener future a reality. That’s why we’re phasing out fossil fuels by electrifying our own commercial fleet and taking steps to manage our waste more efficiently both in the City of Edinburgh and across Central Scotland. We know that even the smallest changes can make a big difference if we all pull in the same direction.

“We’re delighted to join the Edinburgh Climate Compact. Net Zero is the prism through which we take our business decisions, and that has been a profound change. It’s a key reason for us becoming a Principal Partner of the COP26 global climate change conference being held in Scotland later this year. By working together, we can deliver the cleaner, greener and better future we all want, quicker.”

The University of Edinburgh is deeply concerned by the climate crisis. As a global leader in climate change research we provide some of the expertise needed to help understand, adapt to and prevent the varied effects of global heating and the many issues it intersects with. We work in partnership with communities, organisations and governments to ensure this knowledge forms the bedrock of decision-making at all levels of society.

We are helping to make a positive difference locally and globally in several distinct but interconnected ways: via our research and its influence on policy and practice; our own operations, which will be carbon neutral by 2040; and through our excellence in teaching the generations of today and tomorrow.

As a co-sponsor of the Edinburgh Climate Commission – part of the Place-based Climate Action Network (PCAN) funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) – we were motivated to become a founding signatory of the Edinburgh Climate Compact to ensure that science-based strategies and targets are efficiently translated into tangible action on the ground.

The city of Edinburgh’s success in making a green recovery from Covid-19 and transitioning to a low-carbon economy is dependent on cooperation between hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals working toward a common goal. We expect the Compact to facilitate this and we have stepped up to lead the way by providing independent, expert advice. We also expect to learn from the other signatories who are key players in different sectors, and together we will motivate and inspire each other as well as hold ourselves to account.

Climate action brings many benefits besides environmental: we have an opportunity to improve healthcare, social care, housing, transport and the economy as a whole. This compact will show how scientific research can lead to stretching targets and genuine impact at a local level.

As an anchor institution, we have a progressive climate change strategy that covers every aspect of our organisation, from decarbonising our operations to greening our investments and inspiring our students and staff to adopt more sustainable behaviours.

We encourage other local organisations and employers to accelerate their efforts to contribute locally – and globally – to a green recovery and a net zero emissions Edinburgh.

Become a signatory to the Edinburgh Climate Compact and commit to tackling climate change today.

  • BT to launch its first ever Green Tech Innovation Platform
  • Announces new partnership with The Climate Group – The UK Electric Fleets Alliance.
  • Incentivises management on progress towards carbon reduction

BT Group has launched two new initiatives, the Green Tech Innovation Platform and the UK Electric Fleets Alliance, which will drive the UK’s transition to Net Zero carbon emissions and contribute to a green post-Covid19 recovery for the UK.

Green Tech Innovation Platform

The Company is today launching the Green Tech Innovation Platform. Working with Plug and Play, the world’s leading innovation platform headquartered in Silicon Valley, BT aims to uncover the latest technologies from UK-based tech scale-ups that could support BT and its public sector customers transition to Net Zero.

The partnership marks Plug and Play’s entry to the UK market and will explore three areas:

  • Smart Streets: Insights from environmental monitoring and traffic optimisation sensors which can be easily integrated into ‘street furniture’ like the next generation of BT Street Hub units.
  • Smart Buildings: IOT capable solutions supporting energy and water management in social housing and other public sector buildings.
  • Remote Working: Uncover ways 5G can be used to support innovative products and solutions that will reduce travel, e.g. using video, augmented reality or virtual reality to carry out remote repair and diagnostics by health and other public sector workers.

BT plans to announce scale-ups chosen through the platform in the Autumn and they will have the opportunity to partner and work collaboratively with BT and their customers. Partnerships will range from BT using its expertise to find a cheaper, faster initial route to market through to new revenue share models or even taking a stake in the business.

UK Electric Fleets Alliance 

BT Group has the second largest commercial fleet in the UK with almost 34,000 vehicles, including more than 28,000 used by Openreach engineers.

BT has joined forces with The Climate Group to launch a new partnership – The UK Electric Fleets Alliance. The Alliance will undertake a vital leadership role in the run up to the COP26 climate summit in 2021, highlighting the need to progress towards fleet de-carbonisation and helping to develop policy measures that support corporate Electric Vehicle (EV) uptake, such as stimulating EV supply and investing in EV charging infrastructure.

Reducing Carbon Emissions
BT is the joint-largest private purchaser of electricity in the UK and 100% of the electricity that it purchases directly from UK energy suppliers comes from renewable sources. Globally, 92% of the electricity BT uses comes from renewable sources and, where markets allow, the Company plans to hit 100% by December 2020.

Since 2016/17, BT has reduced the carbon emissions intensity of its operations by 42% and by 8% from its supply chain.

Last year, BT helped its customers save 13m tonnes of carbon – three times as much carbon as its own end-to-end carbon emissions – achieving its 3:1 carbon abatement target one year early. For every tonne of CO2 emitted by BT – three tonnes of customer emissions were saved.

For the first time ever, BT has included progress on carbon reduction and on digital skills training in the calculation of bonuses for eligible employees. As part of the Company’s new remuneration policy set to be introduced this year, these two components will make up 10% of the Group’s bonus calculation, incentivising employees to contribute towards the targets*.

Philip Jansen, BT Group Chief Executive, said: “The economic set back and immense hardship caused by the Covid-19 pandemic are severe and could be long lasting. However, despite the temporary reprieve on carbon emissions and air quality in towns and cities during the lockdown, the global climate emergency hasn’t gone away.

“As we emerge from the crisis, the recovery presents a huge opportunity for Governments, businesses and individuals to put action on climate at the heart of their efforts. We will be playing our part with a once-in-a-generation investment in the UK’s digital infrastructure: full fibre broadband to 20 million premises, as well as our continued investment in 5G mobile. We will also be backing new green technologies through our Green Tech Innovation Platform. BT is stepping up on climate action and we want to encourage and help others to do the same.”

Commitment to climate action

BT has led on climate action for over 25 years and was one of the first companies in the world to adopt science-based targets, directly linking its own goals to the overall level of reductions in emissions needed to limit the most harmful impacts of the climate crisis.

As part of the transition to a low carbon business model, BT has pledged to become a net zero carbon emissions business by 2045 and has set targets in line with the most ambitious aim of the COP21 Paris Agreement – linking its targets to limit global warming to 1.5°C.

BT’s commitment to reducing its carbon intensity will help the UK Government meet its target of net zero emissions by 2050 and is calling on other companies to take similar measures and make similar commitments.


– Scottish Government launches Climate Week Award to celebrate and reward positive action

The global climate emergency is real and needs urgent attention. That’s the message to businesses and organisations in Edinburgh as part of Climate Week and the Scottish Government urges collective action to help end Scotland’s contribution to climate change. Recent findings show two thirds of adults in Scotland believe that climate change is an immediate and urgent problem – which is a 20% increase in the last four years. [1]

Now in its 4th year, Scotland’s Climate Week, which runs from Monday 7th until Sunday 13th October, is the perfect opportunity for organisations to celebrate the positive action they’re taking to tackle climate change and to do more to help save the planet.

Scotland has the toughest set of statutory emissions targets of any country in the world. We will become net zero by 2045 (when the greenhouse gases’ emissions are balanced by removals of those gases), in order to minimise the impact of climate change on our society and environment.

Businesses and organisations, both public and third sector across the country, can collectively help Scotland become a net-zero society. During Climate Week, businesses can raise awareness amongst their employees of the actions their staff can take, from walking or cycling to work, using employers’ recycling facilities for food waste, to encouraging the use of the train for short-haul business journeys instead of flying.

To highlight and celebrate the steps that businesses are taking, the Scottish Government is launching the Climate Week Awards. The awards will recognise and reward businesses and organisations taking positive action to tackle the climate emergency in the workplace.

Jamie Hepburn, Minister for Business, said: 

“Climate change is the single greatest challenge facing the world today, and it’s a challenge that everyone must face together. That applies to businesses as well as individuals, which is why we’re asking organisations to support their employees this Climate Week to enable change within the workplace.

“Many businesses across Scotland are already taking significant steps to tackling the climate emergency, but we know that more change is required – and urgently. We want businesses to ask how they can create the conditions for lasting behaviour change, perhaps by encouraging more employees to use public transport, reducing single-use plastics, or by sourcing food locally.”

Businesses in Edinburgh are being encouraged to enter the Awards to highlight the positive action they are taking, with the last date for entries being Friday 1st November 2019.

The Award will be given to the business or organisation who has best demonstrated the great work that they are doing to help make a difference in the fight against climate change. To enter the Awards, businesses must be registered and based in Scotland and be able to show action as shared in the Awards criteria and application form which can be found here:

Completed entries should be emailed to

During this time of year the days are still dark and cold, lights burn for longer and heating is a must. As the costs of combining heating and lighting is around 70 percent of an average energy bill, getting the most energy efficient solution makes financial sense.

Resource Efficient Scotland is a programme of Zero Waste Scotland funded by The Scottish Government and European Regional Development Funds. We are here to offer small and medium businesses free one-to-one support to help cut costs – the costs of energy, water and waste and associated bills to deliver a healthier bottom line.

Lighting and heating are the most popular energy efficiency projects thanks to the return on investment.  Work with us from planning your resource efficiency project, right through to implementation. We can advise you on the best use of your time, and energy. For example, if your business is proving hard to heat, insulation to prevent ‘leaky building’ syndrome is a practical starting point before further investment on upgrades like new boilers is made. There are nifty ways to heat your property such as heat distribution, from the likes of a boiler to occupied space, as well as heat recovery from lights, appliances and processes.

Considered independently, lighting can account for 20% of an energy bill. Upgrading to LED lighting is the quickest and easiest energy efficiency project for a business. LEDs use around 40% less power than compact fluorescent bulbs and conveniently lasts four times longer, requiring less maintenance. The bigger the space to light, the bigger the investment – and the correlating cost saving on energy. If you have a factory, warehouse, gym or any other large space that needs lit, then switching to LEDs is a must.

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All you need to do to start your saving journey is call us. To date over 3,000 businesses have received one-to-one in-depth support from Resource Efficient Scotland to identify a potential £54 million in annual cost savings. On energy projects we usually save businesses 24% on annual energy bills. Add those up over a few years and the cumulative savings can future-proof a small business.  Cutting overheads is a sure-fire way to help maximise margins and improve profitability.

Contact us for a free, bespoke report on how your business can save energy. There are many low and no-cost solutions to help you start saving immediately. A report is also the first step in applying for the SME Loan which currently has a 15% cashback offer, only available while funds last.

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*5% interest for renewable technologies due to the Renewable Heat Incentive.

We can help you save money, and it doesn’t cost you money to get our help. These are two great reasons to get in touch with us, but for even more great reasons read on…

If you’re a small to medium sized business then our mission is to help you use resources more efficiently. We’re funded by the Scottish Government and European Regional Development Funds to help you minimise your waste, reduce your energy costs, save on raw materials and a whole lot more. Our experts can help you measure and monitor your waste, understand where you’re producing waste unnecessarily, see where your processes could be more efficient, identify new technologies that could save you money, and work out how to save energy. All of which could save you a ton of money, and reduce your impact on the world. So here, without further ado, are ten top reasons why you should call us now:

1. Free support can help cut your energy bill by 24%

The advice we give is free and impartial. It’s not often you get that in business.  Plus, there’s no obligation to do anything with the information we give you. But when you see how much you could be saving, often by making simple low or no cost changes, we think you’ll be wanting to take action sooner rather than later. Did you know that by working with us most businesses are able to cut their energy bills by 24%? And we have a number of solutions for reducing your water usage and preventing waste too.

2. We guarantee we’ll find you a way to save some money

Maybe you’ve already made changes to being more resource efficient. Maybe you’re a newbie. Maybe you want to go large, and apply for Government grant funding or the SME Loan for a big investment on a heat pump or biomass boiler. Or maybe you want to play safe and find out about the little things you can do without spending much. Whatever your business, whatever your needs, we can usually spy several resource (and money) saving opportunities that will cut something from your costs.

3. We have a lot of knowledge and experience under our belts

We’re the leading organisation in Scotland when it comes to advising businesses on how to minimise waste, make better use of resources and improve their bottom line. Our specialist consultants know their stuff, specialising in energy, water and waste prevention. Our on-house team are resource efficiency experts, bolstered by a management team with sector experience in hospitality, food and drink, manufacturing and construction to mention just a few. They have been helping businesses identify the best opportunities for resource efficiencies for over four years.

4. We can go light or we can go deep

You might know what you want to do and are looking for reassurance or a second opinion. You might have no idea where to start. You might want us to look at one area of your business or investigate every nook and cranny for savings opportunities. We can address a wide variety of needs. Within reason and our remit, of course…

5.  We even do full site assessments

Depending on the results of our initial consultation, we can visit your business to carry out a full assessment. A thorough audit will identify all those plump and juicy savings just waiting to be picked from the tree. Then, if you want to take the next step, we can provide a full report. This will highlight the actions you can take straight away for free, and those that will need more time and investment. When you’re ready we can point you in the right direction for more detailed advice or financing options.

6. We think outside the box with your business in mind

We’ve advised breweries and distillers, eco-farms and signage makers, soup producers and spa hotels. Whatever business you’re in, whatever it is that makes you unique, we use that as a starting point to find ways to save.

7. Helping you, helps us, helps our future

We like to help. Okay, it’s what we’re paid to do. But the drive to save resources is being undertaken for good reason. The planet’s resources are finite and many are running out. Our rampant energy use is keeping us hooked on fossil fuels and adding to global warming. Every time we help you save a resource we can sleep a little better knowing we’re doing our bit to help future generations. And doing a little bit is a lot better than thinking about doing a lot.

8. We’ve already helped over thousands of businesses 

Over the last four years we’ve been helped thousands of Scottish businesses get on the resource efficient path and save over £42 million. Read our case studies and be inspired by what other businesses have done to cut their energy, water and waste and save money.

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9. It’s good to talk

There’s a lot of information on our website to help you save resources. But sometimes just talking to someone for ten minutes can get to the heart of what you want to know. Our advisors can answer any questions and help you plan your next steps. That might simply be pointing you in the right direction of the information you need, or coming out to visit your property and assessing your needs. But if you want to meet and greet other business owners who have done what you’re planning to do, you can do so through the Green Network for Businesses.

10. We’re nice people to chat to

On the phone or with live chat on our website, we’d love to speak to you. In fact, each year around 34,000 individuals from various organisations around Scotland contact us. So go on, pick up the phone and take a peek down the rabbit hole to see what wonderland of resource efficiency opportunities await….

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