'Climate hypocrites': UK Export Finance accused of failing to consider climate risks

James S Murray
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'Climate hypocrites': UK Export Finance accused of failing to consider climate risks

Global Witness lodges complaint with OECD over export credit agency's continuing support for fossil fuel projects

The UK's export credit agency was today accused of breaching OECD guidelines governing multinational organisations, with campaigners accusing the government of "rank hypocrisy". NGO Global Witness has...

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