'Significant gaps and weaknesses': Ministry of Justice in the dock for poor environmental performance

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Ministry of Justice failed to mention the Sustainable Development Goals anywhere in its departmental plan
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Ministry of Justice failed to mention the Sustainable Development Goals anywhere in its departmental plan

Environmental Audit Committee slams Justice Department for multiple sustainability failures

The Ministry of Justice's (MoJ) failure to meet its own "unambitious" environmental targets was the target of fierce criticism today from MPs in a damning report by the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC)....

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