Lisa Nandy: The transition to a greener economy is irreversible

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In the latest in our Green Business 2022, Labour's Lisa Nandy argues the roll out of clean tech will continue in the UK, but the government could make it a whole lot easier

The next six years through to 2022 will see clean tech industries continue to grow around the world. Businesses that produce cleaner and cheaper energy technologies that are both better and offer people...

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