UK greenhouse gas emissions fell 2.8 per cent in 2019

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Road traffic remains one of the UK's biggest CO2 emitters
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Road traffic remains one of the UK's biggest CO2 emitters

Final official greenhouse gas data for 2019 revises down previous estimates slightly, with road transport still the UK's biggest emitter

The UK's annual greenhouse gas emissions fell 2.8 per cent in 2019, finalised statistics confirm today, with domestic transport remaining the single most carbon-intensive sector of the economy. It means...

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