How consumption emission accounting could protect the UK against economic shocks

Cecilia Keating
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Green Alliance argues expanding scope of UK emisisons accounting to include climate impact of imports would deliver major boost to domestic low carbon goods and services sectors

The UK must start tracking its consumption-based emissions if it wants to retain its position as a 'climate leader' and protect British supply chains from future climate risks, a new report from Green...

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