Study: UK leads G7 at cutting emissions and growing economy

James Murray
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Study: UK leads G7 at cutting emissions and growing economy

Report shows that in the 25 years since the Rio Earth Summit the UK has delivered the best economic performance and the deepest carbon emission cuts of any G7 state

The idea that cutting carbon emissions damages a country's economy needs to be consigned to history once and for all, according to a major new study that reveals how the UK has delivered the deepest carbon...

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