'A big win for climate transparency': UK government assessment details risks to net zero policies

Michael Holder
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Demonstrators outside the High Court this morning | Credit: Friends of the Earthh
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Demonstrators outside the High Court this morning | Credit: Friends of the Earthh

Carbon Budget Delivery Plan risk assessment released as government faces legal challenge over its decarbonisation strategy in the High Court this week

The government's own previously concealed assessments of potential risks to the delivery of its net zero policies have been released for the first time today, as part of a legal challenge from several...

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