The government's desire to cut UK emissions 80 per cent by 2050 may be admirable, but do its targets go far enough?
Several weeks on from the publication of the UK's Low Carbon Transition Plan and the first set of carbon budgets, one question remains strangely unasked: are the carbon targets on which the government's...
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