Committee on Climate Change Progress Report: Green economy reacts

BusinessGreen staff
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'A flashing red light on the dashboard' - BusinessGreen rounds up all the best reaction to today's report from the government's climate watchdog

The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) had some stern advice for the UK government today: sharpen up its act on tackling climate change or push the price of decarbonisation up for the next generation...

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