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Office for National Statistics HQ in Pimlico, London | Credit: iStock
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Office for National Statistics HQ in Pimlico, London | Credit: iStock

BusinessGreen speaks to the government staticians tasked with charting the growth of the UK's low carbon economy

The government claims the re-shaping of the British economy to meet climate goals will create two million "green" jobs by 2030. And it has been at pains to insist that the move away from polluting energy,...

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