Green and pleasant land? Environment Agency celebrates sharp drop in business emissions as it touts greener England

Madeleine Cuff
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Green and pleasant land? Environment Agency celebrates sharp drop in business emissions as it touts greener England

Agency also reports 54 per cent fall in "serious pollution incidents" over the past decade - but illegal waste crime remains a major issue

England is a cleaner, greener country than it was a decade ago, according to new data released yesterday by the Environment Agency. Greenhouse gas emissions from the regulated business sector have fallen...

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