UK carbon budgets to make each household £565 a year better off

James S Murray
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New report from Cambridge Econometrics explores how decarbonisation's efficiency savings, health benefits and energy security gains will boost UK GDP by 1.1 per cent

Each household in the UK will be an average of £565 a year better off by 2030 if the UK government sticks to the carbon budgets set out as part of the Climate Change Act - and that is before you even consider...

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