Top 10 degree courses for the low-carbon economy

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Tom Young looks at the degree courses available for graduates wishing to pursue a career in the green jobs market

It has long been lamented that the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills required to build a functioning low-carbon economy are in short supply in Britain. The Labour government...

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