The coming months will determine the fate of the government's 'Green Brexit'

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Benjamin Halfpenny of Greener UK argues the crunch point is approaching for the government's Green Brexit ambitions

It is now more than a year since Greener UK started measuring the government's progress in managing the green risks of Brexit. In four updates since, we have noted commendable progress in some areas, such...

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