From National Parks to Zero Carbon Clusters: What will make it into the 10 point green recovery plan?

James S Murray
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It is the most eagerly anticipated green announcement since the UK set its net zero target, but will Treasury intransigence ensure Boris Johnson's 'reset' gets off to a false start?

It is the question everyone in the green economy is desperate to see answered. What will make the cut and feature in Boris Johnson's heavily trailed 10 point green recovery plan? And will the much-trumpeted...

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