Government urged to review climate policies to help deliver on Glasgow Climate Pact

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Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are urged to follow through with the Glasgow Climate Pact and start reviewing climate policies imminently
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Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are urged to follow through with the Glasgow Climate Pact and start reviewing climate policies imminently

A coalition of top business groups, unions, and environmental leaders have written a letter to Boris Johnson calling for a renewed cross-government push to strengthen the UK's national climate action plan in support of the Glasgow Climate Pact

A coalition of business groups, trade unions, and environmental campaigners are today calling on the Prime Minister to set up a cross-government initiative to oversee the strengthening of the UK's emissions...

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