Glasgow signposts our need to scale hydrogen

Glasgow may not be the first place to spring to mind when you think about Great Britain’s renowned tourist attractions, but it manages to draw two million visitors a year.

What was once a dominant hub for chemical and textile production and shipbuilding has diversified to become something of a cultural magnet.

The metamorphosis that took Glasgow to be regarded as home to institutions like Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera mirrors a step-change that the world needs to make.

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