Is there a legal case for setting more ambitious UK carbon targets?

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Campaign group Plan B will find out today whether it will be granted a full hearing to challenge the UK government over its failure to set more ambitions statutory emissions goals

A court is expected to decide today whether the UK government can be sued over its failure to set stronger greenhouse gas reduction targets that align with the Paris Agreement's ambition to keep global...

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