'Projected shortfalls': Government confirms UK on track to miss carbon targets by widening margin

James Murray
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'Projected shortfalls': Government confirms UK on track to miss carbon targets by widening margin

A day after Theresa May defended the government's 'fine record' on climate change, officials confirm emissions projections for the UK's upcoming carbon budgets have worsened

The government has today confirmed it not only remains on course to miss its carbon targets for the mid-2020s onwards, but the shortfall against the UK's legally-binding Carbon Budgets has worsened...

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