Five green things we've learnt this week

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From hidden emissions to why green firms need to tell the world they're awesome, we run down this week's top stories

The government needs more than four years to decide on carbon reporting Faced with a potential breach of the Climate Change Act, the government had to make a decision on mandatory carbon reporting this...

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