Reports: UK to confirm strengthened carbon budget targets for 2035

James Murray
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Reports: UK to confirm strengthened carbon budget targets for 2035

Government expected to confirm ambitious new goals for early-2030s ahead of President Biden's high profile Leaders Summit

The UK government is set to confirm a new target to slash emissions by 78 per cent against 1990 levels by 2035, ahead of President Biden's Earth Day Summit for world leaders on Thursday. The FT reported...

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