Poll: Energy efficiency, renewables, and nature restoration are 'people's priorities' for Covid-19 package

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Renewable energy topped a list of the public’s preferred sectors for job creation | Credit: Steve Oliver
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Renewable energy topped a list of the public’s preferred sectors for job creation | Credit: Steve Oliver

Survey commissioned by Conservative Environment Network reveals overwhelming majority of British public want next week's recovery package to back measures that tackle pollution and climate change

As the government gears up to unveil the latest phase of its coronavirus recovery plan next week, new findings have demonstrated that a signficant majority of the British public want it to comprise measures...

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