Coalition reasserts commitment to be "greenest government ever"

James S Murray
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But mid-term review contains no new policy commitments for the green economy

The coalition has today restated its pledge to become the "greenest government ever" as part of its high profile mid-term review, but failed to unveil any new policies to strengthen its environmental credentials....

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