Failing to make the grade: Government urged to set targets for decarbonising school estate

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School building in Kent | Credit: iStock
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School building in Kent | Credit: iStock

National Audit Office warns lack of a co-ordinated approach to decarbonising schools means government could miss target to reduce emissions from public sector buildings by 75 per cent by 2037

The government has this week faced fresh criticism over its "insufficient plans" to decarbonise the country's school buildings, with its own spending watchdog warning that the deteriorating condition of...

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