Government to explore how to clamp down on built environment emissions

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Government to explore how to clamp down on built environment emissions

Government issues statement confirming it is to consider a series of recommendations from the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) on how to decarbonise built environment to meet net zero

Ministers could soon bring in new proposals to clamp down on emissions produced by the built environment, including a review of the National Planning Policy Framework to introduce whole-life carbon assessments...

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