Study: Phase out of polluting vehicles by 2030 would create 32,000 jobs and boost UK economy

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Phase out petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030 to boost economy, study argues
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Phase out petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030 to boost economy, study argues

Moving forward the phase out date for internal combustion vehicles would benefit not just energy and manufacturing industries but also the retail, leisure, and entertainment sectors, a new Greenpeace analysis argues

Bringing forward the date at which new petrol, diesel, and hybrid cars and vans can no longer be sold in the UK to 2030 could create 32,000 new jobs and increase GDP by £4.2bn, according to a new report...

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