Lord Deben reappointed for five more years at Committee on Climate Change

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Former environment secretary Lord Deben and IFS economist Paul Johnson will both serve a further five-year term on the statutory government advisory body

Lord Deben has been reappointed to serve another five-year term as chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), the government announced today. Having led the statutory advisory body since 2012,...

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