EAC warns against climate 'slipping down agenda' as it launches green technology inquiry

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EAC has also launched an inquiry looking at role of green technology in net zero
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EAC has also launched an inquiry looking at role of green technology in net zero

COP26 delay offers UK more time to wield diplomatic muscle to push for global ambition, says Environmental Audit Committee chair Philip Dunne

The government has been urged by MPs to ensure climate change remains a top priority despite last week's postponement of COP26, as Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) launched a new inquiry...

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