Low-carbon pioneers rewarded in New Year Honours list

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Clockwise from top left: Tom Delay, Sally Uren, Shaun Kingsbury and Joanna Coleman were all recognised in the 2018 New Years Honours list
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Clockwise from top left: Tom Delay, Sally Uren, Shaun Kingsbury and Joanna Coleman were all recognised in the 2018 New Years Honours list

Carbon Trust CEO Tom Delay, Forum for the Future's Sally Uren and former Green Investment Bank chief Shaun Kingsbury all recognised for contribution to UK green industry

A host of high profile green figures have been recognised in the 2018 New Year Honours List, including the former Green Investment Bank chief executive Shaun Kingsbury, Carbon Trust chief executive Tom...

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